It was discovered in Magnesia, Greece.
Magnetism was not invented but it was discovered by the ancient Greek's.
In the Zhou Dynasty (1045-256 BCE) of ancient China, magnetism was discovered when a Chinese philosopher discovered the Lodestone. That is the most believed theory. You can find more tales about who discoved magnetism on the web.
something to do with lodestone.
Michael Faraday discovered the relationship between electricity and magnetism. Wrong it was Hans Christian Oersted. [:
Faraday demonstrated that.
Nobody invented it, it is a natural process. See the related question section below for a link to the answer of "Who discovered magnetism".
I think Hans Christian Oersted discovered that electricity and magnetism are related.
Danish physicist Hans Christian Oersted by far!
Who were the first to discover a substance with magnetic properties
Hans Christian Oersted
"a farmer that discovered it"Magnetism was discovered in Northern Greece and the stone was named A MAGNET for the region in which it was found.
Michael Farady is best known for his work in the field of electricity and magnetism. He discovered the effect of magnetism on light, discovered and named Diamagnetism, the behavior of substances in magnetic fields and he was the first to produce an electric current from
It was discovered in the stone age. Magnetic stones 'Lodestones' were used for navigation for years.
Magnetism electricity (electromagnetism) was not invented;it was discovered in the year 1820 by a Danish physicist,Hans Christian Oersted.He discovered that a current carrying wire could behave like a magnet.He thus,discovered that there is a corelation between electricity(i.e.,electric currents). Earlier on, people had thought that electricity and magnetism are independent (of each other) phenomenon. Oersted's discovery showed that this is not so and we can use electric currents to produce magnetic effects.
Yes, a fact discovered by a Dane called Hans Christian Ørsted in 1820.
Electro-Magnetism was just discovered. Antibiotics had not been.
A French scientist named Andre-Marie Ampere studied the relationship between electricity and magnetism.
Hans Christian Oersted established the relationship between electricity and magnetism in 1820.