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Isotropic

Isotropic I`so*trop"ic, a. [Iso- + Gr. ? a turning, fr. ? to turn.] (Physics) Having the same properties in all directions; specifically, equally elastic in all directions.

Isotropic I`so*trop"ic, a. [Iso- + Gr. ? a turning, fr. ? to turn.] (Physics) Having the same properties in all directions; specifically, equally elastic in all directions.

- the direction of an isotropic vector is an isotropic line. Isotropic coordinates Isotropic coordinates are coordinates on an isotropic chart for Lorentzian...

- equivalent) isotropic radiated power (EIRP). Effective isotropic radiated power is the total power that would have to be radiated by a hypothetical isotropic antenna...

- An isotropic radiator is a theoretical point source of electromagnetic or sound waves which radiates the same intensity of radiation in all directions...

- the arterial wall can, therefore, be categorized into isotropic linear elastic material, isotropic hyper-elastic material, and anisotropic hyper-elastic...

- Isotropic etching is a method commonly used in semiconductors to remove material from a substrate via a chemical process using an etchant substance. The...

- or isotropic vector is a non-zero element x of X for which q(x) = 0. In the theory of real bilinear forms, definite quadratic forms and isotropic quadratic...

- negative value of the Poisson ratio. The Poisson's ratio of a stable, isotropic, linear elastic material must be between −1.0 and +0.5 because of the...

- Isotropic radiation is radiation that has the same intensity regardless of the direction of measurement, such as would be found in a thermal cavity. The...

- In physiology, isotropic bands (better known as I bands) are the lighter bands of skeletal muscle cells (a.k.a. muscle fibers). Isotropic bands contain...

- In condensed matter physics and continuum mechanics, an isotropic solid refers to a solid material for which physical properties are independent of the...

- equivalent) isotropic radiated power (EIRP). Effective isotropic radiated power is the total power that would have to be radiated by a hypothetical isotropic antenna...

- An isotropic radiator is a theoretical point source of electromagnetic or sound waves which radiates the same intensity of radiation in all directions...

- the arterial wall can, therefore, be categorized into isotropic linear elastic material, isotropic hyper-elastic material, and anisotropic hyper-elastic...

- Isotropic etching is a method commonly used in semiconductors to remove material from a substrate via a chemical process using an etchant substance. The...

- or isotropic vector is a non-zero element x of X for which q(x) = 0. In the theory of real bilinear forms, definite quadratic forms and isotropic quadratic...

- negative value of the Poisson ratio. The Poisson's ratio of a stable, isotropic, linear elastic material must be between −1.0 and +0.5 because of the...

- Isotropic radiation is radiation that has the same intensity regardless of the direction of measurement, such as would be found in a thermal cavity. The...

- In physiology, isotropic bands (better known as I bands) are the lighter bands of skeletal muscle cells (a.k.a. muscle fibers). Isotropic bands contain...

- In condensed matter physics and continuum mechanics, an isotropic solid refers to a solid material for which physical properties are independent of the...

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