Definition of isotropy in English:

isotropy

noun

Physics
  • See isotropic

    • ‘Nevertheless, homogeneity and isotropy came to be jointly codified as the ‘cosmological principle.’’
    • ‘To quantitatively ascertain the isotropy of the collagen gels imaged with confocal reflectance microscopy, several approaches are used.’
    • ‘Errors introduced by the assumption of hemispheric isotropy are estimated to be less than 4%.’
    • ‘Their circular shape, optical isotropy, and rapid reconfiguration all indicate a fluid structure.’
    • ‘All gel concentrations have a fairly flat distribution, again emphasizing the isotropy of these gels within the plane in the absence of cells.’
    • ‘And so the isotropy of the radiation from the Big Bang would no longer be inconsistent with the finiteness of the speed of light.’

Pronunciation

isotropy

/ʌɪˈsɒtrəpi/