Definition of Electrostatic. Meaning of Electrostatic. Synonyms of Electrostatic

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Definition of Electrostatic

Electrostatic
Electrostatic E*lec`tro*stat"ic, a. Pertaining to electrostatics.

Meaning of Electrostatic from wikipedia

- Electrostatics is a branch of physics that studies slow-moving or stationary electric charges. Since classical times, it has been known that some materials...
- Electrostatic discharge (ESD) is a sudden and momentary flow of electric current between two differently-charged objects when brought close together or...
- An electrostatic precipitator (ESP) is a filterless device that removes fine particles, such as dust and smoke, from a flowing gas using the force of...
- An electrostatic lens is a device that ****ists in the transport of charged particles. For instance, it can guide electrons emitted from a sample to an...
- particles at rest. This electric force is conventionally called the electrostatic force or Coulomb force. Although the law was known earlier, it was first...
- alternative type of electrostatic motor is the spacecraft electrostatic ion drive thruster where forces and motion are created by electrostatically accelerating...
- An electrostatic generator, or electrostatic machine, is an electrical generator that produces static electricity, or electricity at high voltage and...
- Electrostatic induction, also known as "electrostatic influence" or simply "influence" in Europe and Latin America, is a redistribution of electric charge...
- Electrostatic voltmeter can refer to an electrostatic charge meter, known also as surface DC voltmeter, or to a voltmeter to measure large electrical...
- An electrostatic plotter is a type of plotter that draws images on paper with an electrostatic process. They are most frequently used for Computer-Aided...