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Benjamin Franklin: Electrician: In Celebration of the Two Hundredth Year of the Nation He Helped Found
This volume was issued in 1976, on America’s 200th

Our Price: $20.00
By Bern Dibner (au)
Year: 1976
Pages: 48
Binding Paperback
ISBN none

Product Code: 1422363732

This volume was issued in 1976, on Americaís 200th birthday. The one person that was most discussed was Benjamin Franklin -- printer, postmaster, ambassador and counselor. He is also among the Founders of the science of electricity. This volume shows how Franklinís contributions to its understanding and subsequent mastery were, in both its theory and experimental demonstration, a task that compelled conviction and subsequent implementation. Although Franklin actively engaged in science for only 6 or 7 years, he was drawn to it throughout his whole life as an intellectual challenge. After he was 40 years old, he devoted a major interest to his chosen science -- electricity -- which resulted in his formulation of the fundamentals of electrical science. Illus.

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