anticorrelated (not comparable)
- (sciences) Having a negative correlation, such that one quantity increases when another decreases
- 2007, E. Dendy Sloan & Carolyn A. Koh, Clathrate Hydrates of Natural Gases, Third Edition, →ISBN, page 117:
- Furthermore, the volume and entropy fluctuations in water at less than 4°C are anticorrelated, that is, the increase in volume which occurs when water is cooled results in a decrease in entropy.
having a negative correlation