hydrogalvanic

Hydrogalvanic

Hy`dro*gal*van"ic\, a. [Hydro-, 1 + galvanic.] Pertaining to, produced by, or consisting of, electricity evolved by the action or use of fluids; as, hydrogalvanic currents. [R.]
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