Definition of Isopycnic. Meaning of Isopycnic. Synonyms of Isopycnic

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Definition of Isopycnic

Isopycnic
Isopycnic I`so*pyc"nic, a. [Iso- + Gr. pykno`s dense.] (Physics) Having equal density, as different regions of a medium; passing through points at which the density is equal; as, an isopycnic line or surface.
Isopycnic
Isopycnic I`so*pyc"nic, n. (Physics) A line or surface passing through those points in a medium, at which the density is the same.

Meaning of Isopycnic from wikipedia

- An isopycnic surface is a surface of constant density inside a fluid. In geology, Isopycnic surfaces occur especially in connection with cratons which...
- Buoyant density centrifugation (also isopycnic centrifugation or equilibrium density-gradient centrifugation) uses the concept of buoyancy to separate...
- meteorology to astrophysics. The density of most liquids is nearly constant (isopycnic), so it can be stated that their densities vary only weakly with pressure...
- water-soluble solid that is used to prepare dense aqueous solutions for use in isopycnic (or "density-gradient") centrifugation. It is isostructural with pot****ium...
- technique is cofractionation in sucrose (or other material) gradients using isopycnic centrifugation. While this technique does not prove colocalization of...
- because cratons have a neutral or positive buoyancy, and a low intrinsic isopycnic density. This low density offsets density increases due to geothermal...
- mineral pollucite. Caesium chloride is widely used medicine structure in isopycnic centrifugation for separating various types of DNA. It is a reagent in...
- cells, viruses and subcellular particles. Variations of this include Isopycnic centrifugation, Differential centrifugation, and Sucrose gradient centrifugation...
- organelles from whole cells for further analysis of specific parts of cells Isopycnic centrifugation, often used to isolate nucleic acids such as DNA Sucrose...
- biomarkers containing the more naturally abundant lighter isotope by isopycnic centrifugation. For example, 13CO2 can be used to find out which organisms...
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