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homogeneity

(hoh-mŏ-jĕ-nee -ă-tee) Uniformity in space. A medium or process that is not homogeneous is called inhomogeneous. See cosmological principle; isotropy.
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homogeneity

[‚hō·mə·jə′nē·əd·ē]
(physics)
Quality of a substance whose properties are independent of position.
(statistics)
Equality of the distribution functions of several populations.
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