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Faraday, Michael

(1791-1867) an English chemist an physicist. He was particularly interested in electrical experiments, and made the first dynamo.

For culinary purposes, he has interest because of his work putting certain gases under pressure; discovering they cooled - this had implications on the development of refrigeration. See 'Freezing and Refrigeration'

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