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Alessandro Volta's wife name is Teresa Peregrin. He has 3 children named

  1. Christian Volta [1765-1839]
  2. Alezandro Volta [1767-1844]
  3. Louis Volta [1768-1845]
  4. Johann Volta [1771-1850]
  5. Magdalena Volta [1773-1854]
  6. Alessandro Volta Junior [1776-1855]
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