2. Adjective. (physics) Having constant specific volume over time or space ¹
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Definition of Isosteric
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1. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1899)
"These causes are explained by formula? and statements based on the recognition of isobaric and isosteric surfaces, enclosing between them isobaric and ..."
2. Stoichiometry by Sydney Young, William Ramsay (1908)
"Miss Homfray ' has measured the volumes of argon and of nitrogen absorbed at definite pressures and temperatures, and finds that the " isosteric " curves, ..."
3. Vector Calculus: With Applications to Physics by James Byrnie Shaw (1922)
"If then the isobaric and isosteric surfaces under the influence of heat conditions intersect, vortices will be created along the lines of intersections of ..."
4. A Dictionary of Chemical Terms by James Fitton Couch (1920)
"The term applies also to radicals and groups of atoms which hold pairs of electrons in common. These are termed isosteric compounds and the phenomenon is ..."