Where was the electromagnet first discovered?

Answer William Sturgeon is credited as the first person to ever create an electromagnet. Sturgeon built the first practical application of an electromagnet in Britain in the year 1825. He would later inv... Read More »

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Who made the first electromagnet?

The first electromagnet to ever be made was created by British electrical engineer William Sturgeon in 1825 based off of the discovery of electromagnetism by Hans Christian Oersted in 1820, a Danis... Read More »