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1 : a direct current of electricity especially when produced by chemical action. 2 : the therapeutic use of direct electric current (as for pain relief). 3 : vital or forceful  ...

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Who Discovered Galvanism?
Luigi Galvani, after whom galvanism is named, was an. Itdisn biologist who was studying the effect of an electric current on the nerves of skinned frog legs.
Davis's Manual of Magnetism, Including Galvanism, Magnetism
OF ELECTRICITY AND GALVANISM. (Kopptr Sffiw insnlaltb foiijj §ou jabber anb (fexttz ^prajja. A Gold Medal and Diploma were awarded to Thomas Hall,.
Pain in oral galvanism
The present study reports on a controlled investigation of 38 patients with signs and symptoms of presumed oral galvanism, referred to the Department of Oral ...
the role of galvanism in the treatment of denervated voluntary - Brain
ALTHOUGH the effect of galvanism on the structure and shrinkage of ... It there- fore seemed likely that galvanism might prove valuable in the treatment.
From Galvanism to Electrodynamics: The Transformation of German
"From Galvanism to Electrodynamics: The Transformation of German Physics and Its Social Context," Historical. Studies in the Physical Sciences, Vol. 9, 1978 ...

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The Telephone Movement: Another Point of View
In August, Reis began the manufacture and sale of his telephone, “an apparatus,” as set forth in his prospectus or circular, “for the production of tones with the aid of galvanism.
Free to air
But other potential suspects are moving into the frame, including Sir William Chester (Samuel West), who literally wrote the book on galvanism as it pertains to dead tissue.
Dissimilar Metal Corrosion and Electrolysis in Water-Based Hydraulic Systems
Join two dissimilar metals, add a little water, and you have set up a circuit that can lead to some serious corrosion.
How Twitching Frog Legs Helped Inspire 'Frankenstein'
Ruston writes that Shelley was inspired by the concept of galvanism—the idea that scientists could use electricity to stimulate or restart life.
Service? What service?
Sit with me now at the counter of the money transfer shop.

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