• Geometric
  • A related type of geometric isomerism is facial-meridional (fac-mer) isomerism in octahedral MX3Y3 complexes, in which each set of three identical ligands either occupies one face of the octahedron or is situated on one meridian of the octahedron. (wikipedia.org)
  • atoms
  • Macrocyclic stereocontrol refers to the directed outcome of a given intermolecular or intramolecular chemical reaction, generally an organic reaction, that is governed by the conformational or geometrical preference of a carbocyclic or heterocyclic ring, where the ring containing 8 or more atoms. (wikipedia.org)
  • Chiral
  • Atropisomerism Cis-trans isomerism Conformational isomerism Diastereomers Enantiomers Alkane stereochemistry Chiral resolution, which often involves crystallization Chirality (chemistry) (R/S, d/l) Solid-state chemistry VSEPR theory Skeletal formula#Stereochemistry which describes how stereochemistry is denoted in skeletal formulae. (wikipedia.org)
  • stability
  • Il'in E.G. Parshakov A.S. Privalov V.I. Danilov V.V. Bodrin G.V. Goryunov E.I. Nifant'ev E.E., "Specifics of titanium tetrafluoride complexation with Ph2P(O)(CH2)2C(O)NMe2: The remarkable stability of the seven-membered chelate heterocycle TiOPCCCO and its conformational isomerism in solution", Dokl. (mathnet.ru)
  • secondary
  • The exceptional conformational rigidity of proline affects the secondary structure of proteins near a proline residue and may account for proline's higher prevalence in the proteins of thermophilic organisms. (wikipedia.org)
  • Significantly
  • Significantly, even small conformational preferences, such as those envisioned in floppy macrocycles, can profoundly influence the ground state of a given reaction, providing stereocontrol such as in the synthesis of miyakolide. (wikipedia.org)