- galvanic cell,
- galvanic couple,
- galvanic pile,
- galvanic skin response,
- galvanized iron,
Origin of galvanism
Examples from the Web for galvanism
There is yet a third theory, founded on voltaic energy, or galvanism and electricity.The Mosaic History of the Creation of the World|Thomas Wood
That galvanism, ammonia to the nostrils, cold affusion, and stimulants by the mouth are practically useless in the early stage.
Galvanism was tried without the patient showing any contractility.
Battery, in electricity and galvanism, a combination of several jars or metallic plates.
But galvanism applied to the spinal cord in the neck, causes contraction of blood-vessels.The Education of American Girls|Anna Callender Brackett
Word Origin for galvanism
"electricity produced by chemical action," 1797, from French galvanisme or Italian galvanismo, from Italian physicist Luigi Galvani (1737-1798) who discovered it c.1792 while running currents through the legs of dead frogs.