Nikola Tesla

Nikola Tesla

Legendary inventor, crazy scientist or the greatest genius of all times? Meet Nicola Tesla, one of the most outstanding physicists of the 19th-20th century.




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Nikola Tesla, AC motor, South, North, 1883. Strasbourg, Niagara Falls 1896, Measurement unit of magnetic induction: T (Tesla), 1 T = 1 Vs/m2, Top secret

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