adjective: producing electricity, especially by chemical action more...
shocking enough to produce a strong and immediate reaction

"No heat was employed, no electricity, no galvanic action, nor was heat, electricity, or galvanic action, discernible as resultant of the operation, except that electric sparks were observed in the spur gearing of the engine, which was propelled by the vaporic force, such evolution of electricity, which was but slight, being obviously caused by frictional contact of the metallic surfaces of said gearing." [15.21 - Water Dissociation Demonstration]

See Also

galvanic action
Galvanic Cell

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