• 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)
  • Cationic coordination complexes of ammonia and alkyl amines typically crystallize with water in the lattice, and the stoichiometry can depend on the conditions of crystallization and, in the cases of chiral complexes, the optical purity of the cation. (wikipedia.org)
  • known
  • 3 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION The optical fiber falls into a subset (albeit the most commercially significant subset) of structures known as dielectric optical waveguides. (imbc-med.ru)
  • With no known case of plato-tetrammine isomerism at the time, this prompted extensive discussion in the literature of the true nature and properties of Wolffram's Red Salt. (wikipedia.org)