- electric by virtue of their own unusual properties; effective at getting electrified by rubbing
- Electrical by virtue of the own unusual properties; with the capacity of becoming electrified by rubbing; -- opposed to
- Any idioelectric substance.
- a phrase introduced by Gilbert for many substances which come to be electrified by rubbing, in difference from anelectric.
- Electric by virtue of the own unusual properties, or manifesting electricity in its all-natural condition.
Antonym for "idioelectric"
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