: of, relating to, or producing direct electric current by chemical action (as in a battery) : galvanicvoltaic cell
Examples of voltaic in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebThe current version requires 13 microwatts of power, which could potentially be provided by a voltaic cell—developed by Nadeau—that runs on acidic stomach juices.
Megan Molteni, WIRED, 24 May 2018 The building has a photo-voltaic solar array, solar water heating system and passive shading systems to reduce energy consumption.
Janet Eastman, OregonLive.com, 4 Apr. 2018 A long roster of industries that are in growth mode — microchip fabricators, pharmaceutical makers, internet data centers and makers of photo-voltaic solar-power panels, to name a few — require torrents of water to stay in business, Siegel said.
John Schmid, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 25 July 2017 When news of Trump’s voltaic nature surfaced again two weeks ago, in , health commentators rushed to emphasize that, no, in fact, the benefits of regular exercise are not fake news.
Alan Burdick, The New Yorker, 18 May 2017
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