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*  Stereoisomerism - Wikipedia
Stereoisomerism about double bonds arises because rotation about the double bond is restricted, keeping the substituents fixed ... the "Gold Book") (1997). Online corrected version: (2006-) "stereoisomerism". Columbia Encyclopedia. "Stereoisomers" in ...
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*  Stereoisomerism | chemistry | Britannica.com
Stereoisomerism: …of isomerism, which is called stereoisomerism, exists in all biological systems. Among carbohydrates, the ... In carbohydrate: Stereoisomerism. …of isomerism, which is called stereoisomerism, exists in all biological systems. Among ... Stereoisomerism is therefore possible in those alkenes in which neither carbon atom bears two identical substituents. In most ... In hydrocarbon: Stereoisomerism. Certain substituted derivatives of cycloalkanes exhibit a type of isomerism called ...
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*  Chemistry 4.1 - Stereoisomerism - Flashcards in A Level and IB Chemistry
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*  19.8E: Stereoisomerism - Diastereomers - Chemistry LibreTexts
Diastereomers are non-enantiomeric where two compounds of the same stereoisomers do not look like mirror images. Unlike enantiomeric compounds, two compounds of a diastereomer pair have different …
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*  stereoisomerism - தமிழ் விக்சனரி
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*  Gohalfsies.com | Protein biochemistry | Heterofunctional compounds. Stereoisomerism
For these compounds, stereoisomerism is characteristic.. Stereoisomerism is the doctrine of the spatial structure of molecules ... Stereoisomerism. Heterofunctional compounds are organic substances containing two or more different functional groups that ... The concepts of stereoisomerism, D and L - isomers, stereospecificity are very important, as in strictly living organisms ...
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*  Stereocenter - Wikipedia
In compounds whose stereoisomerism is due to tetrahedral stereogenic centers, the total number of hypothetically possible ... "Stereoisomerism and local chirality". Journal of the American Chemical Society. 106 (11): 3319. doi:10.1021/ja00323a043. "IUPAC ...
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*  Enantiomer - Wikipedia
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*  Glaucine - Wikipedia
Stereoisomerism[edit]. The (S)-form of glaucine occurs in nature, but the (R)-form does not. ...
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*  Coordination complex - Wikipedia
Stereoisomerism[edit]. Stereoisomerism occurs with the same bonds in different orientations relative to one another. ... Stereoisomerism can be further classified into:[15] Cis-trans isomerism and facial-meridional isomerism[edit]. Cis-trans ... 3.2.1 Stereoisomerism *3.2.1.1 Cis-trans isomerism and facial-meridional isomerism ...
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*  Triangulane - Wikipedia
... stereoisomerism and general method of synthesis". J. Am. Chem. Soc. 112 (21): 7702-7707. doi:10.1021/ja00177a034. de Meijere, ...
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*  Coordination complex - Wikipedia
StereoisomerismEdit. Stereoisomerism occurs with the same bonds in different orientations relative to one another. ... Stereoisomerism can be further classified into:[15]. Cis-trans isomerism and facial-meridional isomerismEdit. Cis-trans ...
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*  Chemistry of life
Stereoisomerism. Structural isomers which are mirror images of each other and cannot be superimposed. ... Some organic molecules also show stereoisomerism. They are mirror images of each other and cannot be superimposed. ...
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*  Coordination complex : Wikis (The Full Wiki)
Stereoisomerism. Stereoisomerism occurs with the same bonds in different orientations relative to one another. Stereoisomerism ... 2.2.1 Stereoisomerism *2.2.1.1 Cis-trans isomerism and facial-meridional isomerism ...
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*  Aphasia
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*  Aldose - Wikipedia
Because they have at least one asymmetric carbon center, all aldoses exhibit stereoisomerism. Aldoses can exist in either a D- ...
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*  Coordination complex - Wikipedia
Stereoisomerism occurs with the same bonds in different orientations relative to one another. Stereoisomerism can be further ...
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*  Cis-trans isomerism - Wikipedia
IUPAC definition of "stereoisomerism" IUPAC definition of "geometric isomerism" IUPAC definition of "cis-trans isomers". ...
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*  Alicja Dorabialska - Wikipedia
Dorabialska wrote her dissertation on thermochemical investigations on stereoisomerism in ketones under the supervision of ...
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*  Amino Acids - Revision Cards in University Human Biology
Stereoisomerism. *Amino acids exist in either L (levo) or D (dextro) form. The L and D refer to the absolute confirmation of ...
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*  Chemistry Revision Cards - Revision Cards in A Level and IB Chemistry
Stereoisomerism. Geometric Isomers= are isomers that only differ in the spatial arrangement of atoms in the planar part of the ...
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*  Carbohydrates - Revision Cards in University Human Biology
Stereoisomerism. Asymmetric carbon: has 4 different groups bound. Chrial: 4 different groups that can be organised to create ...
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*  Chemistry Module 4 - Online Flashcards by Taani B | Brainscape
Ch 132 Stereoisomerism Ch. 13.2: Stereoisomerism Sample Cards: what are stereoisomers, what are the two types of stereoisome ...
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*  Messenger RNA
... (mRNA) is a molecule of RNA encoding a chemical "blueprint" for a protein product. mRNA is transcribed from a DNA template, and carries coding information to the sites of protein synthesis: the ribosomes. Here, the nucleic acid polymer is translated into a polymer of amino acids: a protein. In mRNA as in DNA, genetic information is encoded in the sequence of nucleotides arranged into codons consisting of three bases each. Each codon encodes for a specific amino acid, except the stop codons that terminate protein synthesis. This process requires two other types of RNA: transfer RNA (tRNA) mediates recognition of the codon and provides the corresponding amino acid, while ribosomal RNA (rRNA) is the central component of the ribosome's protein manufacturing machinery.. ...
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*  Plagioclase
... is an important series of tectosilicate minerals within the feldspar family. Rather than referring to a particular mineral with a specific chemical composition, plagioclase is a solid solution series, more properly known as the plagioclase feldspar series (from the Greek "oblique fracture", in reference to its two cleavage angles). This was first shown by the German mineralogist Johann Friedrich Christian Hessel (1796 - 1872) in 1826. The series ranges from albite to anorthite endmembers (with respective compositions NaAlSi3O8 to CaAl2Si2O8), where sodium and calcium atoms can substitute for each other in the mineral's crystal lattice structure. Plagioclase in hand samples is often identified by its polysynthetic twinning or 'record-groove' effect.. Plagioclase is a major constituent mineral in the Earth's crust, and is consequently an important diagnostic tool in petrology for identifying the composition, origin and evolution of igneous rocks. Plagioclase is also a major constituent ...
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