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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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