Who and when invented electricity
It is hard to imagine life without electricity today, which drives most of the devices we need, illuminates apartments, street, and is also responsible for our vehicles. Nobody remembers the times anymore, when candles and fires were the main suppliers of such heat, and lighting.
Electricity in short, orderly movement of loads. Since electricity can also be observed in nature, it has been the subject of research from the beginning of science and the first observations. In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, however, interest in the subject increased in particular, and Benjamin Franklin became particularly interested in it, who observed lightning, considering it to be natural electrical discharges. However, a person, who dealt with the shock in a special way was Nikola Tesla. He is considered the father of electricity. He is especially known for the construction of an electric motor, however, he would not have invented it if it were not for his interest in alternating current. It was this interest that contributed to the construction of the machine in the late 1880s, which operated and mastered alternating current allowing it to be used in factories, vehicles, and with time and further.
Nikola Tesla was a Serbian scientist, who left the country for the United States, in which he developed his scientific interests. He was the creator of over 300 device patents, many of which are still in use today. He was interested in the so-called. free energy, the use of which, however, was not fully developed. Death had prevented him.