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a. Of or relating to electric charges at rest.
b. Produced or caused by such charges.
2. Of or relating to electrostatics.

e·lec′tro·stat′i·cal·ly adv.
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Adv.1.electrostatically - in an electrostatic manner; "the dust adhered electrostatically to the surface"
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This equipment has an intuitive design that allows oil, grease, smoke and odor molecules down to 0.01 micron to pass through and be electrostatically charged through the filtration plates.
The upper hood of the double-sided design showcases a medical grade stainless steel Neutrovac which includes an IQ Power static neutralizing bar to electrostatically debond particles and move debris through a stainless-steel air tube to the vacuum slot for ultimate cleaning.
The research, titled "Electrostatically Confined Monolayer Graphene Quantum Dots with Orbital and Valley Splittings," has been published in the journal (http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/acs.nanolett.6b02548) Nano Letters.
The system works by electrostatically charging dust particles as they pass along the machines conveyor belt, causing them to clump together and form flakes that and are harmlessly ejected.
In powder coating, the powder paints are electrostatically applied over the object.
Whey protein was conjugated either covalently or electrostatically with gellan, and spread on the air-water interface formed on a Langmuir trough.
Surgeon Colleen Brophy, biomedical engineer Craig Duvall, and their colleagues developed electrostatically complexed nanoparticles that can deliver the peptide inhibitor to vascular cells efficiently while avoiding en dosomal and lysosomal degradation.
Made of an electrostatically dissipative Victrex PEEK grade, Victrex PEEK-ESD polymer, with proven performance in harsh environments including aggressive aerospace fluids, the Victrex solution is for the first time specified in commercial aircraft - Bombardier's CSeries, Global and Learjet aircraft.
Most often associated with metal parts, it uses finely ground particles of pigment and resin, which are electrostatically charged, then sprayed onto a part to be coated.
But researchers at PARC, in Palo Alto, California, envision doing something different with the wafers: chopping them up into hairs-width "chiplets," mixing them into an ink, and guiding the tiny pieces electrostatically to just the right spot and orientation on a substrate, from which a roller could pick them up and print them.