Definition of isotropically in US English:

isotropically

adverb

Physics
  • See isotropic

    • ‘Therefore, in order to describe accurately the soil behavior, an anisotropic model is still necessary to be incorporated even if the soil is initially isotropically consolidated.’
    • ‘This implies that the acyl chains are more isotropically distributed and that the estimate of S is an upper limit.’
    • ‘The buttress surface is expanding with high areal strain rates and nearly isotropically.’
    • ‘The fractal shape and rounding of DPTAP domains indicate that domain growth occurred relatively isotropically.’
    • ‘Nitric oxide crosses cell membranes without mediation of channels or receptors-it diffuses across cellular membranes isotropically.’

Pronunciation

isotropically

/-ik(ə)lē/