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isotone

 [i´so-tōn]
one of several nuclides having the same number of neutrons, but differing in number of protons in their nuclei.

i·so·tone

(ī'sō-tōn),
One of several nuclides having the same number of neutrons in their nuclei, for example, 3919K and 4020Ca with 20 each, 5626Fe and 5828Ni with 30 each.
[iso- + G. tonos, stretching, tension]

i·so·tone

(ī'sō-tōn)
One of several nuclides having the same number of neutrons in their nuclei.
[iso- + G. tonos, stretching, tension]

i·so·tone

(ī'sō-tōn)
One of several nuclides having the same number of neutrons in their nuclei.
[iso- + G. tonos, stretching, tension]
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Consider L [member of] CRL and f is a fuzzy ideal of L; then f is isotone; that is,
Two maps S,T: X [right arrow] N(X) are said to be weakly isotone increasing if for any x member of] X we have Sx [[??].sub.1] Ty for all y [member of] Sx and Tx [[??].sub.1] Sy for all y [member of] Tx.
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The mass of about 200 [micro]g of the resulting suspension was placed into a container with a mass of Isotone equivalent to about 100 ml of Isotone.
(i) [psi](f) is an ([member of], [member of] [Vq.sub.k])-fuzzy LA-subsemihypergroup (resp., left hyperideal, right hyperideal, hyperideal, interior hyperideal, bi-hyperideal) of [H.sub.2], provided y is inverse isotone.
Generally, the operator [F.sub.h]([mu]) in problem (10) is not diagonally isotone and off-diagonally antitone.
The application T is isotone, that is, T([b.sub.1]) [is less than or equal to] T([b.sub.2]) whenever [b.sub.1] [is less than or equal to] [b.sub.2], and, the functional coefficient a(t) being nonnegative, it satisfies the inequality 0 [is less than or equal to] T(0).
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The existence of identical bands in the isotones [sup.192]Hg(SD1) and [sup.194]Pb(SD1) are investigated.
The N = 90 isotones [sup.154]Gd [15,16] and [sup.156]Dy [17,18] were seen to provide good example to transition from spherical to axially deformed.
Nuclei located at or very close to the first order transition were the N=90 isotones 150Nd, 152Nd, 154Nd and 156Nd.