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galvanic in Electricity topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgalvanicgal‧van‧ic /ɡælˈvænɪk/ adjective  1 formalREACT making people react suddenly with strong feelings or actions The bomb warning had a galvanic effect.2 technicalTPE relating to the production of electricity by the action of acid on metal
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galvanicThey carried with them galvanic batteries of a type generally used for feats of entertainment at carnivals.From a mail-order house she ordered a battery-operated galvanic device which applied the stimulation of low-voltage electrical current to his paralyzed limbs.Stage director Tozzi has produced a particularly galvanic version of "Lucia."