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*  Situs ambiguus
Left atrial appendage isomerism, also called left atrial isomerism, is a cardiac development defect in which the heart has 2 ... Right atrial appendage isomerism, also called right atrial isomerism, is a cardiac development defect in which the heart has ... Furthermore, right isomerism is much more easily recognized than left isomerism, contributing to the failure to diagnose. Situs ... whereas those with left atrial isomerism fail to develop a sinus node at all. Thus, patients with left atrial isomerism are ...
*  Ligand isomerism
... is a type of structural isomerism which arises from the presence of ligands which can adopt different isomeric ... The position isomer of ligand gives ligand isomerism.. ...
*  Linkage isomerism
... is the existence of coordination compounds that have the same composition differing with the connectivity of ... The first reported example of linkage isomerism had the formula [Co(NH3)5(NO2)]Cl2. The cationic cobalt complex exists in two ... The proper notation for linkage isomerism is the kappa notation where the atom directly bonding to the metal is proceeded by ... In the complex, dichlorotetrakis(dimethyl sulfoxide)ruthenium(II), linkage isomerism of dimethyl sulfoxide ligands can be ...
*  Coordination isomerism
... is a form of structural isomerism in which the composition of the complex ion varies. In a coordination ...
*  Conformational isomerism
In chemistry, conformational isomerism is a form of stereoisomerism in which the isomers can be interconverted just by ... The dynamics of conformational (and other kinds of) isomerism can be monitored by NMR spectroscopy at varying temperatures. The ... More specific examples of conformational isomerism are detailed elsewhere: Ring conformation Cyclohexane conformations with ...
*  Cis-trans isomerism
... , also known as geometric isomerism or configurational isomerism, is a term used in organic chemistry. The ... The term "geometric isomerism" is considered by IUPAC to be an obsolete synonym of "cis-trans isomerism". When the substituent ... A related type of isomerism in octahedral MX3Y3 complexes is facial-meridional (or fac/mer) isomerism, in which different ... It is not to be confused with E-Z isomerism, which is an absolute stereochemical description, and only to be used with alkenes ...
*  Endo-exo isomerism
... is a special type of stereoisomerism found in organic compounds with a substituent on a bridged ring system ...
*  Amine
Ligand isomerism "amine". The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language (5th ed.). Boston: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt ...
*  Sulfoxylic acid
chapter= ignored (help) Fentress, J.; Selwood, P. W. (February 1948). "Thallous Sulfoxylate Isomerism". Journal of the American ...
*  Marcel Delépine
Formules de constitution, isomérie, isomérie optique, 1937 - Organic chemistry; constitutional formulas, isomerism, optical ... isomerism. Un Grand chimiste analyste : Louis-Nicolas Vauquelin, 1941 - The great analytical chemist, Louis-Nicolas Vauquelin. ...
*  Non-innocent ligand
Electromerism Isomerism Redox Lyaskovskyy, V.; de Bruin, B. (2012). "Redox Non-Innocent Ligands: Versatile New Tools to Control ...
*  N-Hydroxyphthalimide
The isomerism of the oximes. Part XXXIII. The oximes of opianic acid and of phthalic anhydride". J. Chem. Soc.: 529-539. doi: ...
*  Structural isomer
Structural isomerism, or constitutional isomerism (per IUPAC), is a form of isomerism in which molecules with the same ... In chain isomerism, or skeletal isomerism, components of the (usually carbon) skeleton are distinctly re-ordered to create ... Coordination isomerism Stereoisomer Clark, Jim. "Structural isomerism" in Chemguide, n.l., 2000, December 7 Web article Poppe, ... In position isomerism (regioisomerism) a functional group or other substituent changes position on a parent structure. In the ...
*  Electromerism
... is a type of isomerism between a pair of molecules (electromers, electro-isomers) differing in the way electrons ... One group of electromers are excited electronic states but isomerism is usually limited to ground state molecules. Another ... Jones, L. W. (1917). "Electromerism, A Case of Chemical Isomerism Resulting from a Difference in Distribution of Valence ... "Isomerism: The same but different". Nature Chemistry. 2 (3): 165-166. Bibcode:2010NatCh...2..165B. doi:10.1038/nchem.564. PMID ...
*  Nickel(II) nitrite
This is called linkage isomerism. Yet more complexed nickel nitrites include red Ni(2-(aminomethyl)piperidine)2(NO2)2, reddish ...
*  Cannabidiol
See also: Tetrahydrocannabinol#Isomerism, Abnormal cannabidiol. Similar to recreational marijuana, food and beverage items can ...
*  Tautomer
See Carbohydrate § Ring-straight chain isomerism.) The tatuomeric shift can be described as H−O ⋅ C=O ⇌ O−C−O−H, where the "⋅" ...
*  Residual topology
Lukin, Oleg; Godt, Adelheid; Vögtle, Fritz (2004). "Residual Topological Isomerism of Intertwined Molecules". Chemistry: A ... The idea of residual topological isomerism introduces a handy scheme of modifying the molecular graphs and generalizes former ...
*  Polyoxometalate
Isomerism is observed in some POMs. For example, the Keggin structure has 5 isomers, which are obtained by (conceptually) ...
*  Keto-enol tautomerism
... the isomerism qualifies as tautomerism. A compound containing a carbonyl group (C=O) is normally in rapid equilibrium with an ...
*  List of experiments
Otto Hahn discovers nuclear isomerism (1921). Albert Szent-Györgyi and Hans Adolf Krebs discover the citric acid cycle of ...
*  Isolated congenital asplenia
OMIM entry 208530: Right atrial isomerism; RAI. Johns Hopkins University. [3]. ...
*  Johannes Wislicenus
He called this difference "geometrical isomerism". He would later promote J. H. van't Hoff's theory of the tetrahedral carbon ...
*  Coordination polymer
Tong, M. L.; Hu, S.; Wang, J.; Kitagawa, S.; Ng, S. W. (2005). "Supramolecular Isomerism in Cadmium Hydroxide Phases. ...
*  Asplenia
OMIM entry 208530: Right atrial isomerism; RAI. Johns Hopkins University. [1][permanent dead link] Online Mendelian Inheritance ...