|Author:||HANS CHRISTIAN ORSTED|
|Title:||H. C. Orsted's Theory of Force: An Unpublished Textbook in Dynamical Chemistry.|
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|Publisher:||Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, (2003)|
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Kgl. Danske Videnskabernes Selskab. rsted's Theory of Force: An Unpublished Textbook in Dynamical Chemistry.
Hans Christian Oersted was born in Rudkobing on August 14, 1777 to Soren Christian Oersted and Karen Herman sen. His father was an apothecary and did not have the time to properly raise Oersted or his brother so they were raised by a German wigmakers. When he turned eleven, he went to work for his father at his pharmacy, where his first interest in science began. Without any prior schooling, except what he learned informally through others, he passed the entrance exam to University of Copenhagen, where he graduated with honors.
Hans Christian Oersted. Electromagnetism was discovered in the spring of 1820 by the Danish physicist Hans Christian Oersted when, during a lecture to an advanced group of students, he demonstrated that the needle of a compass moved when placed near a current- carrying wire. By July of that year, he was certain that an electric current produced about it a circular magnetic field, and he published his results in a short paper, written in Latin, and carried by the major scientific journals of Europe
Between Naturphilosophie and Tradition: Hans Christian Ørsted's Dynamical Chemistry. Jacobsen, A. S. 2000: Between Naturphilosophie and Tradition: Hans Christian Ørsted's Dynamical Chemistry, P. thesis, History of Science Department, University of Aarhus. Selected Scientific Works of Hans Christian Ørsted. Partington, J. R. 1962: A History of Chemistry, vol. 3, MacMillan. Pfaff, C. H. 1805a: ''Correspondenz,'' Neues allgemeines Journal der Chemie, 5, pp. 102–07. 1805b: Revision der Grundsätze des Brown'schen Systems, mit besonderer Hinsicht auf die Erregungstheorie, Proft, Kopenhagen.
Hans Christian Orsted was the son of Soren Christian Orsted and Karen Hermandsen. His father was a pharmacist of Rudkobing on the island of Langeland. Orsted’s interest in science was early aroused by working in his father’s pharmacy, and so it was natural that he should train for pharmacy, as there were no possibilities of studying physics and chemistry at Copenhagen University then; it was he who afterwards provided them. As early as 1797, he passed the pharmaceutical examination with distinction, and already in 1796 and 1797 succeeded in doing the prize papers (about treatise on amniotic fluid) in both aesthetics and medicine, in each case winning the prize.