electrostatics

NOUN
  1. the branch of physics that deals with static electricity
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How To Use electrostatics In A Sentence

  • Discuss emphatically on the process of electrostatics flocking of activated carbon fiber and its adsorbability.
  • However, a much more compelling reason to study the small-ion selectivity of a large channel is to test our understanding of electrostatics at the nanoscale.
  • Electrostatics theory tells us that there is no electric field inside a charged shell.
  • Green created field conceptions of “potential,” with parallel mathematical properties, for electrostatics, magnetostatics, and gravitation. Dictionary of the History of Ideas
  • He was interested in their applications to dynamics, hydrodynamics, elasticity, and electrostatics.
  • The paper looks at a broad number of applications including electrostatics, galvanic phenomena and electrodynamics.
  • One of the big discoveries of early classical physics was the similarity between the forces of gravity and electrostatics.
  • Consideration of this effect is very important in electrostatics, when the electric field is changing on the same scales.
  • So according to Anaconda, then Gauss's Laws for electrostatics and magnostatics must be; rho/ epsilon0 = 0, where rho is the charge density and epsilon0 is the permittivity. Could a Black Hole Fit in Your Computer or In Your Pocket? | Universe Today
  • The study of integral equations was driven by the study of electrostatics and potential theory.
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