Definition of Isotone

1. Noun. (physics) either of a number of nuclides of different elements that have the same number of neutrons ¹



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Definition of Isotone

1. a type of atom [n -S] - See also: atom

Medical Definition of Isotone

1. Two or more nuclides having the same neutron number. (16 Dec 1997)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Isotone

isotherms
isotherombrose
isotherombroses
isothiazole
isothiazoles
isothiazolidine
isothiazolidines
isothiazolidinium
isothiazolinone
isothiazolinones
isothiocyanate
isothiocyanates
isothiourea
isothipendyl
isothiuronium
isotone (current term)
isotones
isotonia
isotonic
isotonic coefficient
isotonic contraction
isotonic exercise
isotonic solution
isotonic solutions
isotonic traction
isotonically
isotonicities
isotonicity
isotope
isotope clearance

Literary usage of Isotone

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1. Inequalities in Statistics and Probability: Proceedings of the Symposium on by Yung Liang Tong (1984)
"Robertson and Wegman (1978) developed the likelihood ratio test for H\: 0 is isotone with respect to^versus H2: ~ Ht for exponential families. ..."

2. L1-statistical Procedures and Related Topics by Yadolah Dodge (1997)
"In addition they have shown that, for all members of a class of isotone (but not strictly isotone) functions including the largest absolute error and the ..."

3. Inequalities in Statistics and Probability: Proceedings of the Symposium on by Yung Liang Tong (1984)
"Robertson and Wegman (1978) developed the likelihood ratio test for H\: 0 is isotone with respect to^versus H2: ~ Ht for exponential families. ..."

4. L1-statistical Procedures and Related Topics by Yadolah Dodge (1997)
"In addition they have shown that, for all members of a class of isotone (but not strictly isotone) functions including the largest absolute error and the ..."

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