De viribus electricitatis in motu musculari commentarius. Bononiæ, ex Typographia Instituti Scientiarum, More info. Slideshow. More info. Slideshow. Name: Galvani, Luigi, ; Title: De viribus electricitatis in motu musculari commentarius; Place of Origin: Bologna (Italy); Publisher: Ex typographia. Download scientific diagram | – Luigi Galvani, De viribus electricitatis in motu musculari commentarius (), tav. 2. from publication: La morte e l’elettricità.
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DSI ; Zambelli, J. The difficulties of rendering the complex sentences of the original Latin into readable English have been met expertly by the translator; the supplementary. Early works Early works to Early works to Document Type: It is desirable that Galvani’s own account be made more widely available to students in this way, for the modest and straightforward manner in which he set forth these epochmaking facts makes one deplore the pressures that necessitate the publicity-conscious maneuvering with which scientific discoveries, real and fancied, are announced today.
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Exercitatio anatomica de motv cordis et sangvinis Galvani, an anatomist at Bologna, noticed the twitch of dissected frogs’ legs when touched in certain ways by his scalpel. Home About Help Search.
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Finding libraries that hold this item Catalog Internet Archive Local Library. Linked Data More info about Linked Data. Don’t have an account? Ex Typographia Instituti Scientiarium, Sign in to save your search Sign in to your personal account. Galvani sent an offprint to Volta at Pavia who repeated the experiments, differed in their interpretation, discovered “contact electricity” and invented the voltaic pile, source of direct-current generation.
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