The Standard Electrical Dictionary
Ideoelectrics or Idioelectrics
Bodies which become electric by friction. This was the old definition, the term originating with Gilbert. It was based on a misconception, as insulation is all that is requisite for frictional electrification, metals being thus electrified if held by insulating handles. The term is virtually obsolete; as far as it means anything it means insulating substances such as scaling wax, sulphur, or glass.
The numerical value of ideoelectrics or idioelectrics in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of ideoelectrics or idioelectrics in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
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