voltaic[ vol-tey-ik, vohl- ]SEE DEFINITION OF voltaic
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Just as little as the Voltaic battery is the animal body a creator of force.
This corrosion may arise from either chemical or voltaic action.
The voltaic cell is named after Volta, an Italian physicist, who in 1800 invented it.
In applying this illustration to the voltaic cell, we make use of Ohm's law.
The voltaic current can be cut off at pleasure, so as to cool the wire when necessary.
The voltaic arc also produces the most intense light that we know of.
Metals may be conveniently coated with compact copper to any desired thickness by means of voltaic electricity.
With these words he handed her a piece of carbon, which he had taken from the voltaic pillar.
Telegraphists and electro-platers are also indebted to him for his voltaic battery.
Acierage, coating a copper-plate with steel by voltaic electricity.