Group 1

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6 comentarios

Alejandro y Alfonso -

It was a small bug in our work. Einstein did not invent the atomic bomb. The theory of relativity was used on its development. Einstein's liability in the development of the atomic bomb was that he requested permission from Roosevelt to allow the German research in the field of nuclear weapons, and then after defeating Germany in World War II, Americans used these knowledge to develop the bombs of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

Alejandro y Alfonso -

Charles-Augustin de Coulomb

He was a military engineer and a physicist. He was the first scientist to establish the quantitative laws of electrostatics. He also investigated in other fields, like magnetism, friction and electricity. He invented the Torsion balance, but his most important contribution was his law:

The force of attraction between two forces is directly proportional to the product of the charges.

The scale used in physics to measure the electrical charge is named in honor of Coulomb, Coulomb.

If you want a more complete explanation of the Coulomb's law, you can learn more from

Lucas -

Well, it's a cute articule, this one you've written, with all these videos and so on.
Anyway, perhaps you could have ordered the scientists in chronological order.

In my opinion, I wouldn't have put Edison in the list, because he was an inventor, and there were other scientist who did much more in electricity, like Coulomb or Maxwell.
Could you tell me something about these two men?

By the way, Einstein did NOT built the atomic bomb, even when his descoveries helped to make it possible.

Lucas -

Well, It has been a good solution. My blog is a bit limited, technologically speaking.

Alfonso -

We can't put photos or videos

Elena Rocío -

Hi! Why Didn't you use the teacher's blog?I have no problem .