Electrostatics meaning

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Electrostatics is defined as theory dealing with electrical charges or static electricity.

An example of electrostatics is the study of how electrical charges form.

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The physics of electrostatic phenomena.
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The branch of electromagnetic theory dealing with electric charges at rest, or static electricity.
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(physics) The branch of physics that deals with static electricity; that is, with the force exerted by an unchanging electric field upon a charged object.
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Origin of electrostatics

  • electro- +‎ statics
    From Wiktionary