One of the most important phenomena of the Industrial Revolution.
An arrangement of dots, dashes, and spaces, invented in the United States by Samuel F.B. Morse.
John F. Daniell invented the Daniell Cell that used two electrolytes: copper sulfate and zinc sulfate.
Fox River in Appleton, Wisconsin, named the Appleton Edison Light Company, initiated by Appleton paper manufacturer H.J. Rogers, been inspired by Thomas Edison's plans for an electricity-producing station in New York.
Invented in Cleveland, Ohio by Charles F. Brush.
The first successful electric car in the U.S. showed up thanks to a chemist from Iowa.
Electric ovens were invented, but they did not become prominent until the late 1920s as electricity technology improved.
One of the first applications of concentrated solar was the 6 hp solar powered motor made by H.E. Willsie and John Boyle
completed May 29, 1935 and all features were completed by March 1, 1936.
Created by Motorola employee Martin Cooper.