Having physical properties, as conductivity, elasticity, etc., that are the same regardless of the direction of measurement.
Webster's New World
The definition of isotropic is a physics term that means identical in all directions.
An example of isotropic is table salt.
Origin of Isotropic
From iso- + Ancient Greek τρὁπος (trhopos, “turn, way, manner, disposition”) + -ic. Compare Ancient Greek ἰσὁτροπος (ishotropos) of like character
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