isostere [ahy-suh-steer] Word Origin noun

  1. Chemistry. a compound isosteric with one or more other compounds.
  2. Meteorology. a line on a map or chart connecting points of equal atmospheric density.

Origin of isostere 1895–1900; iso- + -stere Greek stereós solid, hard

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