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isotropic

adjective iso·tro·pic \ˌī-sə-ˈtrō-pik, -ˈträ-\

Definition of ISOTROPIC

:  exhibiting properties (as velocity of light transmission) with the same values when measured along axes in all directions <an isotropic crystal>
isot·ro·py \ī-ˈsä-trə-pē\ noun

Origin of ISOTROPIC

International Scientific Vocabulary
First Known Use: 1856
Medical Dictionary

isotropic

adjective iso·tro·pic \ˌī-sə-ˈtrō-pik, -ˈträp-ik\

Medical Definition of ISOTROPIC

1
:  exhibiting properties (as velocity of light transmission) with the same values when measured along axes in all directions <an isotropic crystal>
2
:  lacking predetermined axes <an isotropic egg>
isot·ro·py \ī-ˈsä-trə-pē\ noun, plural isot·ro·pies

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