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A few observations on what are called the poles of the voltaic battery now seem necessary.
There is yet a third theory, founded on voltaic energy, or galvanism and electricity.
The placing of two or three pieces of metal one above another with a moist substance between them will create a voltaic battery.
These anomalies now receive a plausible explanation from the agencies of Voltaic electricity.
(c) Charging storage cells takes much less labor than replacing the electrolyte and plates of voltaic cells.
PHYSICSWILLIS EUGENE TOWER
We know that, by means of voltaic electricity or induction, we can crystallize a large number of substances.
In 1845 Wheatstone and Cooke patented the use of “voltaic” magnets in place of permanent magnets (No. 10,655).
Illustrated pamphlet in sealed envelope mailed free by addressing Voltaic Belt Co.
Suppose, for instance, that the pendulum is about to rise to the right towards s, at which time the voltaic circuit is completed.
GREAT FACTSFREDERICK C. BAKEWELL
Take the case of a Voltaic cell composed of zinc and copper plates immersed in water.

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