The Liquefaction of Gases by Michael Faraday

The Liquefaction of Gases

By Michael Faraday

  • Release Date: 2015-07-24
  • Genre: Ciência e natureza
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Michael Faraday was an English scientist who contributed to the fields of electromagnetism and electrochemistry. He discovered the electromagnetic induction, the underlying modern industrial production of electricity and its many applications. He created the first model of the motor. Faraday was the founder of the doctrine of the electromagnetic field, which is then mathematically designed and developed by Maxwell.
Any gas could be converted into a simple liquid compression when the gas temperature laid below the critical value. Those substances have a very low critical temperature, i.e. temperature, after reaching which acquires the properties of a liquid gas, and therefore at a temperature close to the room could not be in the liquid state. On the contrary, the substances that are listed us to liquids, temperature extremes great. Read this book to know more about liquid gases!