isotropic plasma

isotropic plasma

[¦ī·sə¦trä·pik ′plaz·mə]
(plasma physics)
A plasma whose properties, such as pressure, are not dependent on the direction along which they are measured.
References in periodicals archive ?
Wong, "Propagation in isotropic plasma waveguides," Proc.
The topics include linear wave dynamics, natural occurrences of plasmas, electrostatic waves in warm homogeneous and isotropic plasmas, weakly nonlinear electrostatic drift waves, and kinetic plasma sound waves.