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voltaism

[ vohl-tuh-iz-uhm, vol- ]
/ ˈvoʊl təˌɪz əm, ˈvɒl- /
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noun
the branch of electrical science that deals with the production of electricity or electric currents by chemical action.
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Origin of voltaism

1805–15; after A. Volta; see -ism
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How to use voltaism in a sentence

  • Galvanism and Voltaism are almost identical, since the latter is founded upon, and is a development of, the former.

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British Dictionary definitions for voltaism

voltaism
/ (ˈvɒltəˌɪzəm) /

noun
another name for galvanism
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