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BATTERY HISTORY

Subject: Inventions

How did it start?

Static electricity is a phenomenon that has been known for a very long time. Already in ancient Greece were known to it. Static electricity occurs for example when you comb dry hair with a plastic comb. View schoolwork »

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The radio

Subject: Inventions

Story

Already in 1864 found James Clerk Maxwell electromagnetic waves existence and was able to formulate them mathematically. View schoolwork »

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The match

Subject: Inventions

Story

Before the match got so used to, inter alia, of sulfur sticks, eldpistoler and tinderbox to make fire. Then came the first match approximately 1830th Show schoolwork »

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Kika's inventor

Subject: Inventions

Binoculars are a common denomination in a series of optical instruments, intended for magnification of objects at a distance. Binoculars and telescopes are just synonyms, but telecommunications cabinet is a major instrument that is applied for astronomical use. It is not entirely clear who invented the telescope and when it took place. The information that Galileo would have designed it is just a myth, but he was probably the first who successfully used the binoculars at scientific astronomical observations. View schoolwork »

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The electric car

Subject: Inventions

As we all know, h † ller major bilf "panies p † that f" rs "ka develop the environment" v "nliga electric car. But of course you think it is already in the 1900s b "rjan were electric cars. One of the most called "NDA" r "toujour Contente" which was built by Edward Hart † r 1900. It could reach a speed of 80 km / h and had a porche motor at each wheel, which m † ste have done it to v "rldens f" inner four-wheel-drive car. View schoolwork »

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The atomic bomb

Subject: Inventions

Witness tells

-My Mother had bigger face than usual, his face was heavily swollen and
his eyes were closed. The skin on both hands hung loosely as a couple
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Transistor

Subject: Inventions

The transistor is perhaps the single invention that has changed our lives the most. This small design is the foundation for computerization and communication society.
The implications of their experiments would get could technicians Walter Brattain and John Bardeen at Bell Laboratories never imagined when the week before July 1947 managed to construct a so-called tip transistor that reinforced the power.

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The wetsuit

Subject: Inventions

To make diving comfortable and enjoyable prefer many divers to use the equipment that is suitable for outdoor diving. The equipment includes also some safety equipment.
A wetsuit is among the first things you should get yourself. It needs you to not freeze. The suit allows you to stay longer in the water, but it also protects against eg abrasions. View schoolwork »

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CALCULATOR

Subject: Inventions

The calculator used ida is made up of so-called ICs. These ICs are in turn composed of integrated circuits. This means that there are many circuits and are isolated so that it can not short circuit when the two circuits are mated. IC circuits does not take that much power but that which takes most power is when the digits are displayed. View schoolwork »

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Rudolf Diesel AND HIS INVENTION

Topic: Society , Inventions

Diesel was a German engineer who patented an internal combustion engine, later named after him. So got namely diesel engine its name. Before he got the new engine to operate safe operation he performed a variety of tests. Since Diesel in February 1892 received the basic patents for its engine design followed five years of development, before the first diesel engine could be marketed. View schoolwork »

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