Electrostatic

A method of printing that utilises a special electrostatic paper or a charged drum, both of which attract toner to the charged area. See AIM document T-12, 'Electrostatic Printing'.

Electrostatic

a force generated by differences in electric charge of two particles.
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electrostatic

[adj] - concerned with or producing or caused by static electricity
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Electrostatic

A method of printing that utilizes a special electrostatic paper or charged drum, both of which attract toner to the charged area
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Electrostatic

Having to do with the positive and negative charges on species such as electrons or ions.The important principle is that like charges repel and opposite charges attract.
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Electrostatic

E·lec`tro·stat'ic adjective Pertaining to electrostatics.
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electrostatic

Pertaining to electrostatics. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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electrostatic

static adjective concerned with or producing or caused by static electricity; `an electrostatic generator produces high-voltage static electricity`
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Electrostatic

• (a.) Pertaining to electrostatics.
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Electrostatic

Electrostatic refers to the phenomena produced solely by electric charges or fields, and not combined with magnetic effects.
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Electrostatic

One of the oldest speaker design principles, electrostatic speakers are generally comprised of two fixed perforated panels with a constant high-voltage charge applied to them. In between these two panels is an extremely low-mass diaphragm to which the audio signal is applied, causing it to move. There are variations on this construction, but all el...
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