In 1856, Wilhelm Eduard Weber and his German colleague, Rudolf Kohlrausch, determined the ratio of the electric and magnetic units and discovered that it is almost exactly equal to the velocity of light and of the same dimensions. In 1857, Kirchhoff used this result and demonstrated that electrical disturbances propagated on a conducting wire with the speed of light.
Then, in 1860 the connection between electromagnetism and optics was obvious.
The final steps in making the connection between light and electromagnetism were discovered by James Clerk Maxwell, with the formulation of his equations, the history of classic electromagnetism, comes to an end, in other words, nobody could figure out what to do with it next.
Maxwell's greatest achievement was that he made synthesized electricity, magnetism and optics into understandable things.
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