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'''This article is a stub. Please help expand the article by using the edit tab.''' [[Image:Galvani-lab.jpg|thumb|center|Galvani's Lab]] On two occasions in 1786, [[Luigi Galvani|Luigi Galvani]], in Bologna, observed dissected frogs' legs convulse when touched by metal scissors: once was during a thunderstorm, once when an electrostatic generator was nearby. His 1791 announcement that electrical energy was intrinsic to animal muscle influenced [[Alessandro Volta|Volta]].  
 
'''This article is a stub. Please help expand the article by using the edit tab.''' [[Image:Galvani-lab.jpg|thumb|center|Galvani's Lab]] On two occasions in 1786, [[Luigi Galvani|Luigi Galvani]], in Bologna, observed dissected frogs' legs convulse when touched by metal scissors: once was during a thunderstorm, once when an electrostatic generator was nearby. His 1791 announcement that electrical energy was intrinsic to animal muscle influenced [[Alessandro Volta|Volta]].  
  
'''See also:''' [[Galvani and the Frankenstein Story|Galvani and the Frankenstein Story]]
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'''See also:''' [[Galvani and the Frankenstein Story|Galvani and the Frankenstein Story]]
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Galvani's Lab
Galvani's Lab
On two occasions in 1786, Luigi Galvani, in Bologna, observed dissected frogs' legs convulse when touched by metal scissors: once was during a thunderstorm, once when an electrostatic generator was nearby. His 1791 announcement that electrical energy was intrinsic to animal muscle influenced Volta.

See also: Galvani and the Frankenstein Story