• symmetry
  • The term 'isomerism,' derived from Greek ( iso, meaning 'equal,' and meros , meaning 'part'), refers to this abnormal developmental symmetry in which morphologic structures that normally develop on one side or the other of the body are found on both sides of the body, and is the currently accepted term used to describe hearts with isomeric atria and atrial appendages [ 1 ]. (uptodate.com)
  • optical
  • The isomerism impact on the optical, electrochemical and photophysical properties and the photovoltaic performance is systematically investigated. (rsc.org)