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Oxford dictionary definition of the word anisotropic:
(of an object or substance) having a physical property which has a different value when measured in different directions. An example is wood, which is stronger along the grain than across it. Often contrasted with isotropic.
(of a property or phenomenon) varying in magnitude according to the direction of measurement:
electron scattering is anisotropic
late 19th century: from Greek anisos ‘unequal’ + tropos ‘turn’ + -ic