Definitions for vitreous electricity
The Standard Electrical Dictionary
Positive electricity; the electricity produced on the surface of glass by rubbing it with silk and other substances. (See Electrostatic Series.) The term "positive electricity" should be allowed to supplant it. It is the analogue and opposite of resinous electricity.
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