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Giovanni Aldini

Italian physicist most well-known for his work in neuro-scientific galvanism, that involves the contraction of muscles via electricity. He simply because called a Councilor of Condition at Milan along with a Knight from the Iron Crown with the Emperor of Austria for his technological contributions. He was created in Bologna and became a physics teacher in 1798. He publicly proven the consequences of galvanism on performed murderer George Foster, evoking the corpse’s muscle groups to twitch and convulse. His uncle can be Luigi Galvani, from whom the term “galvanism” comes from. His tests with galvanism are believed to get motivated Mary Shelley to create the classic book Frankenstein.

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