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Charles Steinmetz's first laboratory at General Electric. Charles Steinmetz (1865-1923) was a German-American mathematician and electrical engineer. He derived mathematical theories to describe alternating current (AC) that increased the efficiency of AC motors and made the expansion of the electricity industry possible.
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