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i·so·tone

 (ī′sə-tōn′)
n.
One of two or more atoms whose nuclei have the same number of neutrons but different numbers of protons.

[Alteration of isotope (with n for neutron replacing p as though for proton).]
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isotone

(ˈaɪsəˌtəʊn)
n
(Chemistry) one of two or more atoms of different atomic number that contain the same number of neutrons
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i•so•tone

(ˈaɪ səˌtoʊn)

n.
one of two or more atoms having an equal number of neutrons but different atomic numbers.
[< French (1934), alter. of isotope, by substituting n (the initial letter of neutron) for p (the initial letter of proton)]
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Bony contact was established, and hydrodissection with 2mL of isotone saline confirmed correct needle tip position on the transverse process and deep to the epimysium of the erector spinae muscle.
Radenovic, "A note on common fixed point theorems for isotone increasing mappings in ordered b-metric spaces," Journal of Nonlinear Sciences and Applications, vol.
Radenovicc, "A note on common fixed point theorems for isotone increasing mappings in ordered b-metric spaces," Journal of Nonlinear Sciences and Applications, vol.
A mapping T : E [right arrow] E is called isotone or monotone nondecreasing if it preserves the order relation [??], that is, if x [??] y implies Tx [??] Ty for all x, y [member of] E.
Kadelburg, "Common fixed point theorems for weakly isotone increasing mappings in ordered fo-metric spaces," Journal of Nonlinear Science and its Applications.
To preserve the isotone property for outputs, the data must be rescaled to remove the negative correlation.
(iii) [p.sub.1] [[less than or equal to].sub.P] [psi]([phi]([p.sub.1])) and [q.sub.1] [[less than or equal to].sub.Q] [phi]([psi]([q.sub.1])) (isotone property).
(1) [direct sum] : P x P [right arrow] P is isotone.
Since the operation "*" is isotone, so we have [a.sub.1] * ...
Medical evaluations for the Lymphedema-Distichiasis Syndrome may include slit-lamp examinations by an Ophthalmologist, physical examinations to determine manifestation presence and cellulitis evidence, Isotone Lymphoscintigraphy [10] for confirming lymphatic abnormalities, and heart examinations if Arrhythmia or heart murmurs are detected.
Radenovic, Common fixed point theorems for weakly isotone increasing mappings in ordered partial metric spaces, to appear in MCM, 2011
First, in Section 2, we establish the existence of common fixed points for a pair of weakly isotone increasing multivalued mappings under a general weakly contractive condition in partially ordered metric spaces.