Was a scientist by heart. His first interest was that of Theology. He was a great experimentalist, but his explanations were usually wrong.
He investigated fixed air (CO2), which made soda water.
He learned that by heat and other means, he could discover many gases like (HCl, NO, N2O, NO2, NH3, N2, CO, SO2, SiF4, and O2).
He heated HgO to make O2, and he recommended its use in medicine.
1828, Hungarian, Ányos Jedlik invented a small-scale model car powered by an electric motor that he designed.
Between 1832 and 1839 (the exact year is uncertain), Robert Anderson of Scotland invented a crude electric-powered carriage.
In 1835, another small-scale electric car was designed by Professor Stratingh of Groningen, Holland, and built by his assistant Christopher Becker Vermont , built a small-scale electric car.
In 1835, Thomas Davenport, a blacksmith from Brandon, Davenport was also the inventor of the first of the first American-built DC electric motor.
Light is a form of electromagnetic radiation,
energy that travels through space like a wave and is characterized by its wavelength.
Visible light is the only part of the spectrum seen by human eyes.
Visible light is "white light" but when broken down by a prism it makes the colors of the rainbow. ROY.G.B`IV (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet).
The longer the wavelength, the lower is the energy. The other wavelengths in the Electromagnetic Spectrum, are not visible to human eyes.
There are other insects such a the bee, who can see ultraviolet waves, which would be the next wave on the EMS after visible light.