Who Discovered Iron

Iron is one of the most common elements and one of the most used metals, Iron in the Latin language was called Ferrum that is why it is called (fe) in the periodic table. The thirteenth century BC is called the iron era. Iron is one of the vital factors for living as the combining […]
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Home Appliances Inventions

The washing machine was first invented in the year 1858 by Hamilton Smith, the washing machine concept was rotating. In the year 1930 a new washing machine was invented that used a gasoline engine to operate. The American home appliances manufacturer Bendix Corporation was the first to invent the automatic machine was invented in the […]
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About Parachute And The Parachute Jump

The idea of parachuting is to slow the fall of the human by creating a drag. The parachute is usually made from nylon because it has the advantage of being light and strong. The first idea of the parachute was in a drawings made by an anonymous Italian in the year 1470. Leonardo Da Vinci […]
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Soap And Detergents

Soap is composed of salt, alkaline and fats and Detergents are alkylbenzenesulfonates which make more soluble in hard water than the soap. Soap is made through adding liquid alkali to heated fats or oil. Detergents are made from surfactants that cleans better than soap in hard water, it also contains enzymes, bleaches and blue dye. […]
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Who Discovered Teflon

Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) is the chemical name for the teflon. Teflon is the material that allow the unistils to be non stickable. As the teflon has a very slippery surface, which does not allow any materials to get through or stick to it. Teflon is a material that has no odor nor color. Roy Plunkett (1910-1994) […]
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Who Invented The Bicycle?

The start of the bicycle was in the beginnings of the 19th century, in the year 1817 the first two wheels ride with no paddles was invented by the German inventor Baron Karl von Drais (1785-1851). It was called velocipede, the rider had to push the ground with his feet in order to move the […]
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Who Invented The Elevator?

The first mention of the closest thing to elevators were cabs in the monastery in Sinai, Egypt. The cabs moved using ropes that were pulled by hands. Archimedes of Syracuse (287B.C.-212 B.C.), the Greek engineer, mathematician, physicist and inventor was the first to built an elevator by the year 236 B.C.. Konrad Kyeser (1366-1405), the […]
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Who Invented Toothbrush And Toothpaste?

The first toothpaste was mentioned in the papyrus of the Ancient Egyptians in the 4th century. The toothpaste was used to get white teeth, the toothpaste consisted from soot, gum and water. Romans in the 9th century added crushed bones or oyster shells in order to get more whiter teeth. Ziryab (789-857), improved the toothpaste […]
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Who Invented The Barcoding?

The Americans Norman Joseph Woodland, born in the year 1921and Bernard Silver (1924-1963) reached together the inventing of the first barcode. Their first barcode system depended on the ultraviolet ink, that system had two disadvantages as it faded quickly and it was expensive. Later, they reached the second barcoding system was formed from lines with […]
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