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 (ăn-ī′sə-mĕt′rĭk, ăn′ī-)
Not isometric.

an·i′so·met′ri·cal·ly adv.
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1. (Mathematics) not isometric; having unsymmetrical parts or unequal measurements
2. (Chemistry) (of a crystal) having unequal axes
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Adj.1.anisometric - having unsymmetrical parts or unequal dimensions or measurementsanisometric - having unsymmetrical parts or unequal dimensions or measurements
unequal - poorly balanced or matched in quantity or value or measure
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Here the unit vector I denotes the direction of the distinguished axis of the anisometric molecular architecture (usually the long axis of elongated, rod-like molecules), and I is the identity tensor.
In the previous paragraph, the anisotropy of the mechanical reinforcement of rubber compounds based on an anisometric filler such as CNT(B) has been documented.
This finding is in good harmony with the visual observation of voluminous sediments formed mainly at 2/1 and 1/1 GO/MNP ratios after 1 day standstill (Figure 7 (c)), typical for house-of-cards arrangement of aggregates formed from anisometric, two-dimensional particles.
Anisometric nanoparticles of gold (Figures 10(a) and 10(b)) have generated significant interest since they can display various properties as a function of orientation [41].
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It is generally known that the formation of an interconnected network structure of anisometric fillers in a polymer matrix results in an apparent yield stress which is visible in dynamic measurements by a non-Newtonian behavior of the [eta]*, a plateau in G' and G" (more pronounced in G'), and onset of a loss tangent (tan [delta]) peak in the low frequency region [44, 45].
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