How to Pronounce galvanic?

Correct pronunciation for the word "galvanic" is [ɡalvˈanɪk], [ɡalvˈanɪk], [ɡ_a_l_v_ˈa_n_ɪ_k].

What are the misspellings for galvanic?

"Galvanic" in context

Galvanic is a process used in chemistry to produce electricity through a chemical reaction between two objects. The electric current generated is used to form a protective coating on metal parts or to facilitate electrochemical processes. Galvanic corrosion is the process of corrosion of one metal due to its reaction with a different metal when placed in an electrolyte. This process can occur when two dissimilar metals are connected to each other in an electrical circuit. An electric potential difference is created between the two losing its electrons and the electrons then helps to accelerate corrosion of the metals.


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