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stat•volt



Pronunciation: (stat'vōlt"), [key]
n. Elect.
the electrostatic unit of electromotive force or potential difference, approximately equivalent to 300 volts and equal to the electromotive force or potential difference that will cause a current of one statampere to flow through a conductor with a resistance of one statohm.

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