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electrostatic

/elec·tro·stat·ic/ (e-lek″tro-stat´ik) pertaining to static electricity.

electrostatic

(ē-lĕk″trō-stăt′ĭk) [″ + statikos, causing to stand]
Pert. to static electricity.

electrostatic

pertaining to static electricity.

electrostatic unit
a measure of electrical energy; abbreviated e.s.u. 1 e.s.u. = 2.08 × 109 electrons. Relative to radiological output 1 roentgen (R) = amount of x- or gamma radiation which produces 1 e.s.u./ml in dry air. See also coulomb (2).
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MartinLogan admits that the Claritys' small electrostatic panel with its small radiation pattern does limit their listening positioning options.
While many bacteria and viruses fall within HEPA and electrostatic capture ranges, some pathogens that are capable of movement might be able to pass through the filter media, and the mucilaginous coatings of some bacteria might affect the filter's ability to trap them.
The system was designed to transfer a strong negative electrostatic charge to dust and microorganisms in an enclosed space and collect the charged particles on grounded plates or room surfaces.
Generally, processes and materials suspected of generating electrostatic potentials or charge, such as personnel in the area, conveyor systems, monitors, insulators and carts, are measured.
These include modifying photomask-handling procedures and evaluating new materials that can help manage and dissipate static charge, the root cause of electrostatic energy.
The electrostatic system was put on line by Binks Mfg.
The Japanese demand for electrostatic nonwovens in 1991 is estimated to have been a little less than 10 million sq.
Commenting on the Global Electrostatic Precipitator Market 2015 - 2019 report, an analyst said: "APAC is the fastest growing market for electrostatic precipitator applications due to rapid industrial development and growing power demand.
MKS, Ion Industrial, of Windsor Locks, CT, USA, has extended its product line for industrial electrostatic applications with the 30kV/3mA DC-25 charging generator, RC-type charging bars with stainless steel and tungsten electrodes, and mini charge applicator.
An electrostatic cylinder with a potential of 25 kV defines the detected region of neutron decays.
Less electrostatic repulsion occurs during collisions including nuclei that are unstable because they have excess neutrons than during collisions of stable nuclei.