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Michael Faraday's World

Faraday Artifacts

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These are Items on display at the Royal Institution‘s Faraday Museum

Faraday‘s electro-magnetic induction ring
Some of Faraday‘s electro-chemical apparatus

Faraday‘s first electric generator

Faraday‘s magneto-spark apparatus

A battery given by Volta to Faraday

A battery given by Volta to Faraday
The first sample of benzene to be made
The first sample of benzene to be made

Faraday‘s magneto-spark apparatus

Faraday‘s first electric generator

Some of Faraday‘s electro-chemical apparatus

The experimental set up with which he discovered the magneto-optical effect
The experimental set up with which he discovered the magneto-optical effect
Faraday‘s electro-magnetic induction ring

The experimental arrangement to show diamagnetism

The experimental arrangement to show diamagnetism

Faraday‘s iron filing diagrammes, the earliest ever made

Faraday‘s iron filing diagrammes, the earliest ever made
Faraday‘s colloidal solutions of gold
Faraday‘s colloidal solutions of gold

Sample of glass made by Faraday

Sample of glass made by Faraday

These pieces are all things made or used by Michael Faraday

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Michael Faraday demonstrating at the Royal Institution in London.

"Nothing is too wonderful to be true." Michael Faraday