Anisotropic

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Anisotropic is usually used to describe a directionally dependent phenomenon.

For example, anisotropic radiation has different intensities in different directions, and an anisotropic field exerts different actions depending on how the test particle is oriented.

see anisotropic etch, cosmic microwave background, and liquid crystal