second industrial revolution
Involved development of chemical, electrical, oil, and steel industries. Mass production of consumer goods also developed at this time through the mechanization of the manufacture of food and clothing. Provided widespread employment and increased production.
a monetary standard under which the basic unit of currency is defined by a stated quantity of gold
revolutionized the way to manufacture steel by making the process quicker and more efficient
made chemicals easier to make. Replaced Leblanc process of alkali production, more recovery of chemical byproducts, increased production of sulfuric acid
German inventor known for his work in the development of the gasoline internal combustion engine.
developed the assembly line, which quickened production in factories, as well as the Model T.
Impact of the bicycle
new transportation allows people to hold farther jobs or to reach the countryside.The creation of bloomers--trousers worn under skirts. used for pleasure or sports. also used to spread literature.