Nikola Tesla has been credited for the creation of much of the technology that we take for granted today. Without the genius of Tesla we would not have radio, television, AC electricity, Tesla coil, fluorescent lighting, neon lighting, radio control devices, robotics, x-rays, radar, microwaves and dozens of other amazing inventions. By harnessing alternating current, Tesla was able, as early as 1895, to relay a massive quantity of electricity produced by the hydroelectric turbines at Niagara Falls, to users in Buffalo, 22 miles distant, without interceding generating stations. This book captures the essence and accomplishments of pioneer scientist Nikola Tesla. (Imprint: Nova)
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