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Isodynamic

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Isodynamic

Of, pertaining to, having, or denoting, equality of force.

(Science: physiology) isodynamic foods, those foods that produce a similar amount of heat.

(Science: physics) isodynamic lines, lines on the earth's surface connecting places at which the magnetic intensity is the same.

Origin: iso- _ dynamic.