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.
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The electromagnetic wave propagation in a cold, collisional, isotropic plasma with no background magnetic field can be characterized by the relative permittivity
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