Adjective(1) pertaining to or producing electric current by chemical action, or galvanic(2) affected by emotion as if by electricity; thrilling
(1) League Cups and Celtic are bitter sweet, more the former than the latter, the most galvanic being the defeat by Rovers four years ago which set the terrain shifting under his feet.(2) Iontophoresis is the use of electric impulses from a low-voltage galvanic current stimulation unit to drive topical corticosteroids into soft tissue structures.(3) A rust or a galvanic cell reaction could develop at the juncture between the screw and the stud.(4) These papers continue Ohm's deduction of results from experimental evidence and, particularly in the second, he was able to propose laws which went a long way to explaining results of others working on galvanic electricity.(5) The galvanic current is directly proportional to the cathodic area when the cell is under cathodic control as it normally is in water.(6) Contact of differing metals can cause a galvanic reaction that produces rust and deterioration.(7) The music, Partita by Vytautas Barkauskas, is by turns pert and crisp, abrasive and urgent, and its phrases impel his limbs to galvanic action, as if they had a will of their own.(8) The technique, known as galvanic vestibular stimulation, unbalances a person so that they automatically veer left or right in an attempt to rebalance themselves.(9) Because the use of dissimilar metals is avoided, the possibility of galvanic corrosion is minimized.(10) This is the scene's only glimpse of him; Michel's galvanic change of mind and manner (after narrating ├ö├ç├┐I lost courage├ö├ç├û) is not explained until this moment.(11) Embedded galvanic anodes are also used to address potential corrosion problems at the joints and for general substructure repairs.(12) He used an animal ear membrane to receive signals from an oscillating galvanic inductor.(13) Here, alas, he has never set the heather ablaze, which is a pity because his work at its best is entrancing, even - dare we say it - galvanic .(14) The New York Times, meanwhile, wrote that ├ö├ç├┐this slow, episodic film is held together by his galvanic presence├ö├ç├û.(15) It could be argued they are better below the water because they are not subject to galvanic or stray current corrosion that often causes failure of metal fittings.(16) The two basic methods of electrolysis are galvanic and thermolytic.
(1) galvanic cell :: cell galfanig
1. voltaic ::
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