The Physics Story


  A.M. Ampere


  Wiliam Thomsom (Lord Kelvin)
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Classical physics Starting from 1800's to 1890's. In this period formulated concepts of fundamental physics that we now know as the Classical Physics. In this period of Physics is growing rapidly, especially in getting formulations in general in Mechanics, Thermal Physics, Electricity-Magnetism and Waves, which is still in use today. Classical physics is physics based on principles developed before the rise of quantum theory, usually including the special theory of relativity and the theory of general relativity. In the classical physics of the problem-solving approach in general is based on the arguments of the mechanics of motion. Besides, in the handling of solutions expressly made the difference between the particle and wave phenomena objects and so are the responses: there are no restrictions on the amount of energy (the energy can be increased or decreased by the amount of value that is not restricted to a particular unit). A.M. Ampere
Ampere
Andre-Marie Ampere was born in Lyon, France, January 20, 1775. He never attended school. Obtained education at home from his father, who was a wealthy silk merchant and government officials who support the king. At the age of 24 years he married and blessed with a son. Because of his intelligence, he was appointed professor of physics at Bourg for two years (1801-1803). After the death of his wife, he Get into Paris and taught at the Ecole Polytechnique. He lived in Paris until the end.
He is well known for its findings of which are generated through experimentation, so he dijulukii Mr Experimental IPA.
Ampere leave the paper in the form of a book entitled Anthology Elektodinamika Observations (1822), and the phenomenon of Electrodynamics Theory (1826). Both are in French. On June 10, 1836 Ampere died in Marseille, France. Written on his tombstone Finally Tandem Felix, which means happy. That said, almost all his life passed in distress.
Ampere interested in the findings of Oersted, a Danish physicist, who invented the compass needle move if placed near a wire (conductor) that have current electricity. Hans Christian Oersted discovered the first direct interaction between electricity and magnetism, which appears when the symptoms observed in the movement of a compass needle which hold the conductors are electrified.
Ampere create a tool for measuring the electric current, which later evolved into galvanomater. He suggested electromagnetic telegraph. 26 wires and commutator (rotary switch). Commutator was first in use in electric generators Pixii (1832). Ampere also contribute to knowledge in the field of statistics, chemical crystallography, mechanics and optics. Wiliam Thomsom (Lord Kelvin)
William Thomson (Lord Kelvin) was born in Belfast, Ireland on June 26, 1824. An alumni of the University of Glasgow and the University of Cambridge Thomson has published 661 articles to a wide range of scientific fields and has patented 70 pieces findings. William Thomson was given the title Baron Kelvin of Largs nationality. Knighted that Kelvin is used as the unit of temperature for the International System (SI). William died December 17, 1907 at age 83, when he served as president of the British Association in terms of the advancement of science.
Kelvin was the first to propose an absolute scale of temperature. His study of the theoretical Carnot led to the idea that heat never spontaneously move from low-temperature objects into objects of high temperature, this theory is known as the second law of thermodynamics.

The Kelvin scale is used to scale the thermometer to measure the melting point of ice and the boiling point of water. Kelvin scale established as an international unit (SI) on a scale of temperature (absolute) thermodynamic.

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