isopleth

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EtymologyEdit

From iso- +‎ + Ancient Greek πλῆθος (plêthos, a great number).

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isopleth (plural isopleths)

  1. A line drawn on a map through all points having the same value of some measurable quantity.
  2. (thermodynamics) A line in a phase diagram indicating the same mole fraction.

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