The term isotonic may refer to;
  • Isotonic (exercise physiology)
    Isotonic (exercise physiology)
    In an isotonic contraction, tension remains unchanged and the muscle's length changes. Lifting an object at a constant speed is an example of isotonic contractions. A near isotonic contraction is known as Auxotonic contraction....

     for the term associated with muscle contraction
  • An isotone
    Two nuclides are isotones if they have the same neutron number N, but different proton number Z. For example, boron-12 and carbon-13 nuclei both contain 7 neutrons, and so are isotones. Similarly, S-36, Cl-37, Ar-38, K-39, and Ca-40 nuclei are all isotones of 20 because they all contain 20 neutrons...

     in nuclear physics
  • Sports drink
    Sports drink
    A sports drink beverage is designed to help athletes rehydrate when fluids are depleted after training or competition. Electrolyte replacement promotes proper rehydration, which is important in delaying the onset of fatigue during exercise...

    s are sometimes designed in an isotonic way to assist athletes rehydrate while balancing electrolytes
  • Isotonicity:
  • Isotonic solution
    In chemistry, a solution is a homogeneous mixture composed of only one phase. In such a mixture, a solute is dissolved in another substance, known as a solvent. The solvent does the dissolving.- Types of solutions :...

    s have equal osmotic pressure:
  • Such as in cell biology when an isotonic environment happens when an equal concentration exists inside and outside the cell
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