galvanisation


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galvanisation

Chemistry
The process of applying a protective coat of zinc to a ferrous-based metal (e.g., iron or steel). In the classic sense, galvanisation refers to electrochemical or electrodeposition, but in common practice, the metal of interest is dipped in molten zinc.

Medspeak
The obsolete practice of using low levels of direct current as a therapeutic modality.
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The Manchau and Galvanisation Moderne firms of Strasbourg specialized in chrome-plating hospital equipment and parts for the auto industry-- Bugattis were built at nearby Molsheim.
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This will only lead to the galvanisation of all Moro armed resistance outside of the MILF into one potent force that shall continue the Moro struggle for genuine self-determination .
In the US, Martin Luther King and his galvanisation of black churches provided a method of challenging injustice which stood in stark contrast to the violent route chosen by the venerated leaders of the American Revolution.
A new galvanisation facility will be commissioned by October taking galvanising capacity to 150,000 tonnes.
The 50s stand for the galvanisation of the American style, a new wave of attacking the market, the mass enforcement of "money off" promotional ideas, in-store promotions and the vibrancy of packaging," he said.