anisotopic

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an- +‎ isotopic

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anisotopic (not comparable)

  1. (mathematics) Lacking isotopy
    an anisotopic distribution
  2. (chemistry, of an element) Having only one isotope
    • 1973, Ronald C. Denney, A Dictionary of Spectroscopy[1], ISBN 0470209054, page 4:
      Fluorine is a typical anisotopic element and mass spectra of molecules containing fluorine atoms are more simple than are those of corresponding chlorine and bromine compounds.

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