isoelectric

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i·so·e·lec·tric

 (ī′sō-ĭ-lĕk′trĭk)
adj.
Having equal electric potential.
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isoelectric

(ˌaɪsəʊɪˈlɛktrɪk)
adj
(General Physics) having the same electric potential
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Far from center the isopotential surfaces are deformed spheres.
Paradoxically, however, changes of the zeta potential as a function of pH highlight that it is strongly negative for values from 6 to 7, with the isopotential conditions being quite far.
In order to model the activity on the presynaptic terminal, we assume that it is an isopotential compartment and let [V.sub.pre] (t) denote the membrane potential of the presynaptic cell.
The equation reveals that the more dense the isopotential line, the stronger the field intensity.
and Fernandez Lopez P.: "Simultaneous direct determination of amiloride and triamterene in urine using isopotential fluorometry".
The four collinear points were equally spaced 12.5 mm apart, thus allowing the assumption that the isopotential lines between the two central measuring points were approximately straight and parallel [14].
Methods have been developed to address this shortcoming (e.g., isopotential searching and molecular dynamics).
Matrix isopotential synchronous fluorescence (MISF) spectrometry, which was first described by Murillo-Pulgarin and Molina (17-19), is a novel technique for resolving badly overlapping mixtures or detecting analytes in complex fluorescence backgrounds without the need for preseparation procedures; it has been used to determine various components in urine or serum (17-27).