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Chapter 22 BB

Discovered the connection between magnetism and electricity. Michael Faraday
Developed the first usable and practical light bulb in 1879. Thomas Edison
Forcing air through molten metal to burn out carbon and other impurities that make metal brittle. Bessemer process
Built an affordable line of cars called the Model T. Henry Ford
Succeeded in flying a powered airplane in sustained flight. Wilbur and Orville Wright
A machine that sent messages instantly over wires. Telegraph
inventing the telegraph in 1837. Samuel Morse
A teacher of hearing-impaired students,was one of the scientists working in sound technology. Alexander Graham Bell
Used discoveries to build a wireless telegraph, or radio. Guglielmo Marconi
Took a long voyaged and studied plants and animals the published his theories in a book titled On the Origin of Species. Charles Darwin
Discovered polonium and radium. Marie and Pierre Curie
Certain elements release energy when they break down. Radioactivity
A scientist who revolutionized physics. Albert Einstein
Showed the link between microbes and disease. Louis Pasteur
Killing bacteria and preventing fermentation. Pasteurization
A drug that reduces pain and in large doses makes the patient unconscious. Anesthetic
Used dogs as research subjects to prove that animals could be conditioned, or taught, to have certain reflex actions. Ivan Pavlov
Argued that the unconscious part of the mind contains thoughts of which one is unaware. Sigmund Freud
The growth in the in the proportion of people living in towns and cities. Urbanization
The romantic movement was a reaction to Enlightenment rationalism and the early abuses of the Industrial Revolution. Romanticism
Expressed romantic spirit in his definition of poetry. William Wordsworth
Celebrated human freedom in his work. Ludwig van Beethoven
Developed in reaction to romanticism. Realism
Wrote about the struggle of London's poor. Charles Dickens
Showed that war is chaotic and horrible. Leo Tolstoy
Broke a new ground in A Doll's House. The play revealed the unfair treatment of women within families. Henrik Ibsen
A group of French painters introduced a new way of looking at the world. Then started a movement. Impression
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