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Caption: Michael Faraday (1791-1867), British physicist and chemist. Montage of an image showing Faraday in his laboratory in the Royal Institution. Faraday studied electromagnetism and electrochemistry. He experimented with electricity and magnetism, proposing that magnetism was a circular force. He is also known for discovering magnetic optical rotation, electromagnetic induction, inventing the dynamo, perfecting the Bunsen burner, and formulating the second law of electrolysis. The farad (F), the unit of electrical capacitance, is named after him.

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Michael Faraday, British physicist

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