dextrorotatory

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dextrorotatory

 [dek″stro-ro´tah-tor″e]
turning the plane of polarization, or rays of light, to the right.

dex·tro·ro·ta·to·ry

(deks'trō-rō'tă-tōr-ē),
Denoting dextrorotation, or certain crystals or solutions capable of such action; as a chemical prefix, usually abbreviated d-. Compare: levorotatory.

dextrorotatory

/dex·tro·ro·ta·to·ry/ (-ro´tah-tor″e) turning the plane of polarization to the right.

dex·tro·ro·ta·to·ry

(deks'trō-rō'tă-tōr-ē)
Denoting dextrorotation, or certain crystals or solutions capable of such action; as a chemical prefix, usually abbreviated d or d-.
Compare: levorotatory

dextrorotatory

(of a crystal, liquid or solution) having the property of rotating a plane of polarized light to the right (e.g. glucose). Compare LAEVOROTATORY.

dextrorotatory (dekˈ·str·rōˑ·t·trˈ·ē),

n a molecule or material capable of rotating plane-polarized light in a clockwise direction. See also enantiomers.

dex·tro·ro·ta·to·ry

(deks'trō-rō'tă-tōr-ē)
Denoting dextrorotation, or certain crystals or solutions capable of such action; as a chemical prefix, usually abbreviated d.
Compare: levorotatory

dextrorotatory (dek´strōrō´tətôrē),

adj turning the plane of polarization, or rays of polarized light, to the right.

dextrorotatory

turning the plane of polarization, or rays of light, to the right.