Who established the fact of animal electricity?
  • a)
    Van de Graaff
  • b)
    Count Alessandro Volta
  • c)
    Gustav Robert Kirchhoff
  • d)
    Hans Christian Oersted
Correct answer is option 'B'. Can you explain this answer?

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Feb 10, 2022
The Italian physicist, professor at Pavia, Count Alessandro Volta established that the animal electricity observed by Luigi Galvani in experiments with frog muscle tissue placed in contact with dissimilar metals, was not due to any exceptional property of animal tissues but was also generated whenever any wet body was sandwitched between dissimilar metals.

The Italian physicist, professor at Pavia, Count Alessandro Volta established that the animal electricity observed by Luigi Galvani in experiments with frog muscle tissue placed in contact with dissimilar metals, was not due to any exceptional property of animal tissues but was also generated whenever any wet body was sandwitched between dissimilar metals.
The Italian physicist, professor at Pavia, Count Alessandro Volta established that the animal electricity observed by Luigi Galvani in experiments with frog muscle tissue placed in contact with dissimilar metals, was not due to any exceptional property of animal tissues but was also generated whenever any wet body was sandwitched between dissimilar metals.