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Dissipative materials

An adjective describing a material incapable of retaining a significant amount of electrostatic charge when in contact with earth. These materials have a volume resistivity higher than 104 .m but equal to or lower than 109 .m, or a surface resistivity less than 1010 . (or surface resistance less than 109 .) measured at ambient temperature and 50 % relative humidity.

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  • PD CLC/TR 50404:2003
 

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