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André-Marie Ampère achieved the same results three years later by another method ( in his -- On the Determination of Proportions in which Bodies Combine According to the Number and the Respective Disposition of the Molecules by Which Their Integral Particles Are Made ), but the same indifference was shown to his theory as well.
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It is named after André-Marie Ampère ( 1775 – 1836 ), French mathematician and physicist, considered the father of electrodynamics.
André-Marie Ampère ( 20 January 1775 – 10 June 1836 ) was a French physicist and mathematician who is generally regarded as one of the main founders of the science of classical electromagnetism, which he referred to as " electrodynamics ".
André-Marie Ampère took his first regular job in 1799 as a mathematics teacher, which gave him the financial security to marry Carron and father his first child, Jean-Jacques, the next year.
The death of André-Marie Ampère occurred decades before his new science was canonized as the foundation stone for the modern science of electromagnetism.
* André-Marie Ampère: The Founder of Electromagnetism-Background information and related experiments
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Soon after the discovery in 1820 by H. C. Ørsted that a magnetic needle is acted on by a voltaic current, André-Marie Ampère that same year was able to devise through experimentation the formula for the angular dependence of the force between two current elements .< ref >
Then in 1820, André-Marie Ampère showed that parallel wires having currents in the same direction attract one another.
In the same year he became Deputy Prime Minister in de facto head of state André-Marie Mbida's government.
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Later on acting on a suggestion by André-Marie Ampère other results were obtained by introducing a commutator, which produced a pulsating direct current which at this time was preferable to alternating current.
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The symbol was used by André-Marie Ampère, after whom the unit of electric current is named, in formulating the eponymous Ampère's force law which he discovered in 1820.
In classical electromagnetism, Ampère's circuital law, discovered by André-Marie Ampère in 1826, relates the integrated magnetic field around a closed loop to the electric current passing through the loop.
The first commutator-type direct current machine was built by Hippolyte Pixii in 1832, based on a suggestion by André-Marie Ampère.
The biggest of these were the Union Camerounaise, with large constituencies in the Centre and North ( led by Ahmido Ahidjo ), and the Democrats Camerounais ( DC ), with support from the Yaoundé region and headed by André-Marie Mbida.
Isaac Newton, Adam Smith, André-Marie Ampère, Sewall Wright, Norbert Wiener, Archimedes, and Albert Einstein were all scholars considered to be absent-minded by their contemporaries – their attention absorbed by their academic studies.
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* 1821 — André-Marie Ampère announces his theory of electrodynamics, predicting the force that one current exerts upon another.
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Several other experiments followed, with André-Marie Ampère, who in 1820 discovered that the magnetic field circulating in a closed-path was related to the current flowing through the perimeter of the path ; Carl Friedrich Gauss ; Jean-Baptiste Biot and Félix Savart, both of which in 1820 came up with the Biot-Savart Law giving an equation for the magnetic field from a current-carrying wire ; Michael Faraday, who in 1831 found that a time-varying magnetic flux through a loop of wire induced a voltage, and others finding further links between magnetism and electricity.
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File: Andre-marie-ampere2. jpg | André-Marie Ampère ( 1777-1836 ): main founder of electrodynamics, showed how an electric current produces a magnetic field, stated that the mutual action of two lengths of current-carrying wire is proportional to their lengths and to the intensities of their currents ( Ampère's law ), namesake of the unit of electric current ( the ampere )
Niki de Saint Phalle was born in Neuilly-sur-Seine, Hauts-de-Seine, near Paris, to Count André-Marie Fal de Saint Phalle ( 1906 – 1987 ), a French banker, and his American wife, the former Jeanne Jacqueline Harper ( 1908 – 1980 ).
In the following year Ozanam was sent to study law in Paris, where he fell in with the Ampère family ( living for a time with the mathematician André-Marie Ampère ), and through them with other leaders of the neo-Catholic movement, such as François-René de Chateaubriand, Jean-Baptiste Henri Lacordaire, and Charles Forbes René de Montalembert.