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Coulomb's Charles-Augustin (Angulema, France, on June 14, 1736 - Paris, on August 23, 1806) was a physicist and French engineer. It is remembered for having described in a mathematical way the law ofattraction between electrical loads. In his honor the unit of electrical load takes the name of culombio (C). Between other theories and studies there owes to him the theory of the straight twist andan analysis of the failure of the area inside the Mechanics of soils.
He was the scientist first in establishing the quantitative laws of the electrostatics, beside realizing many investigations on:magnetism, friction and electricity. His scientific investigations are gathered in seven memories, in which it exposes theoretically the foundations of the magnetism and of the electrostatics. In1777 he invented the scale of twist to measure the attractive force or repulsion that they exercise between yes two electrical loads, and established the function that ties this force with the distance.With this invention, reached in 1785, Coulomb could establish the beginning, which governs the interaction between the electrical loads, nowadays known as Coulomb's law
Coulomb also studied theelectrización for rub and the polarization, and introduced the concept at the moment magnetically. The culombio or coulomb (symbol C), it is the unit derived from the International System of Units for themeasure of the physical magnitude quantity of electricity (electrical load). Named in Charles-Augustin's honor of Coulomb.1
It was educated in the École du Génie in Mézieres and graduated in 1761 asmilitary engineer with the degree of The First Lieutenant. Coulomb served in the West Indies for nine years, where it supervised the construction of fortifications in the Martinique. In 1774, Coulombturned into a correspondent of the Academy of Sciences of Paris. He shared the first prize of the Academy for his article about the magnetic compasses and got also the first prize for his classic...
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