Definition of Electrostatic charge
1. Noun. The electric charge at rest on the surface of an insulated body (which establishes and adjacent electrostatic field).
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Literary usage of Electrostatic charge
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1. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1917)
"Mr. Blume n al»o in error in stating that an electrostatic charge traveling along a single wire will maintain its amplitude after being ..."
2. Principles of Electrical Engineering by Harold Pender (1911)
"Relation between electrostatic charge and Quantity of Electricity. — Consider an electrometer of the form described in the preceding article, ..."
3. Personal Recollections of Werner Von Siemens by Werner von Siemens (1893)
"It appeared from the experiments carried out after the laying, that the tin-foil entirely obviated the electrostatic charge between the coated and the other ..."
4. Electric Light Cables and the Distribution of Electricity by Stuart Arthur Russell (1892)
"Shocks due to Faulty Insulation; to electrostatic charge; to Condenser Current.—Disruptive Discharge.—Tests on Breaking Down Pressures. ..."
5. Reusability of Facemasks During an Influenza Pandemic: Facing the Flu by Institute of Medicine (U. S.), National Academies Press (U.S.) (2006)
"Fiber added to natural wool fibers to retain an electrostatic charge. This addition enhanced the efficiency many times over the basic wool material. ..."