electrostatics definition

  • noun:
    • The physics of electrostatic phenomena.
    • the branch of physics that handles fixed electrical energy; this is certainly, using power exerted by an unchanging electric industry upon a charged item
    • That branch of technology which treats of statical electricity or electric power in circumstances of rest.
    • The science which treats of phenomena of statical electricity (see electrical energy), since the mutual destinations or repulsions of electrified figures, the measurement and circulation of fees of electricity, etc.
    • the branch of physics that relates to static electricity
    • The physics of electrostatic phenomena.
    • the part of physics that relates to fixed electricity; which, aided by the power exerted by an unchanging electric industry upon a charged object
    • That branch of technology which treats of statical electricity or electric power in a state of rest.
    • The technology which treats of the phenomena of statical electrical energy (see electricity), while the shared destinations or repulsions of electrified figures, the measurement and distribution of fees of electrical energy, etc.
    • the part of physics that addresses fixed electricity

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