[hahy-druh-stat-iks] /ˌhaɪ drəˈstæt ɪks/
noun, (used with a singular verb)
the branch of hydrodynamics that deals with the statics of fluids, usually confined to the equilibrium and pressure of liquids.
(functioning as sing) the branch of science concerned with the mechanical properties and behaviour of fluids that are not in motion See also hydrodynamics
The scientific study of fluids, especially noncompressible liquids, in equilibrium with their surroundings and hence at rest. Hydrostatics has many applications in biology and engineering, as in the design of dams. Compare hydrodynamics.
[hahy-druh-suhl-fahyd, -fid] /ˌhaɪ drəˈsʌl faɪd, -fɪd/ noun 1. a compound containing the univalent group –HS.
[hahy-druh-suhl-fahyt] /ˌhaɪ drəˈsʌl faɪt/ noun, Chemistry. 1. (def 1). 2. .
[hahy-droh-suhl-fyoo r-uh s, -druh-suhl-fer-uh s] /ˌhaɪ droʊ sʌlˈfyʊər əs, -drəˈsʌl fər əs/ adjective 1. .
[hahy-druh-suhl-feyt] /ˌhaɪ drəˈsʌl feɪt/ noun 1. a salt formed by the direct union of sulfuric acid with an organic base, especially an alkaloid, and usually more soluble than the base. /ˌhaɪdrəʊˈsʌlfeɪt/ noun 1. any quaternary acid salt formed by addition of an organic base to sulphuric acid, such as aniline hydrosulphate, C6H5NH3HSO4