Isotropic

Having uniform properties in all directions.

Isotropic

An isotropic mineral appears opaque in thin section in polarised light.
Other meanings:
Materials: In the study of mechanical properties of materials, 'isotropic' means having identical values of a property in all crystallographic directions.
Optics: Optical isotropy means having the same optical properties in all directions.
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isotropic

[adj] - invariant with respect to direction
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Isotropic

Having identical values of a property in all crystallographic directions.
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Isotropic

Exhibiting similar stress-strain properties in all directions or, in practical terms, not reinforced.
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Isotropic

Fiber directionality with uniform properties in all directions, independent of the direction of applied load.
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Isotropic

I`so·trop'ic adjective [ Iso- + Greek ... a turning, from ... to turn.] (Physics) Having the same properties in all directions; specifically, equally elastic in all directions.
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isotropic

<radiobiology> Adjective which describes a medium whose physical properties are independent of the direction in which they are measured. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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isotropic

isotropous adjective invariant with respect to direction
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isotropic

(i″so-tro´pik) having the same value of a property, such as refractive index, in all directions, as in a cubic crystal or a piece of glass. being singly refractive.
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Isotropic

• (a.) Having the same properties in all directions; specifically, equally elastic in all directions.
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isotropic

isotropic, isotropy 1. Possessing similar qualities in every direction. 2. Having equal refraction. 3. Having physical properties that do not vary with direction.
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Isotropic

A material having equal physical properties along all axes. [] [J]
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isotropic

Exhibiting the same properties in all directions
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ISOTROPIC

(non-oriented) A material with no preferred direction of orientation resulting in the same magnetic characteristics through any axis.
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isotropic

qualifies a physical medium in which the relevant properties are independent of direction
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isotropic

pertaining to a medium whose electromagnetic properties at each point are independent of direction of propagation and polarization of a wave propagating in the medium
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isotropic

Having properties which are the same in all directions.
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isotropic

Type: Term Pronunciation: ī′sō-trop′ik, ī-sot′rō-pŭs Definitions: 1. Having properties that are the same in all directions.
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isotropic

gems and minerals that are singly refractive. This means that light that enters the medium travels as one ray at one velocity in all directions. All cubic gems and amorphous substances are isotropic. See anisotropic.
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Isotropic

A singly refractive gemstone such as Diamond.
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Isotropic

A property of a distribution of particles where the flux is constant over all directions.
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isotropic

Synonym of monotropic.
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isotropic

having the same properties in every direction
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