structural isomerism

(redirected from Constitutional isomer)

struc·tur·al i·som·er·ism

isomerism involving the same atoms in different arrangements, for example, the butyric acids, leucine and isoleucine, glucose and fructose.

struc·tur·al i·som·er·ism

(strŭk'shŭr-ăl ī-som'ĕr-izm)
Compound involving the same atoms in different arrangements.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
of Karlsruhe, Germany) present 58 essays describing applications and methods in asymmetric synthesis, the intentional construction of enantiomers of a given constitutional isomer by means of chemical reaction.
Chemical applications of graph theory are highly useful, for instance, for the enumeration and depiction of constitutional isomers, such as for regioisomeric derivatives of benzene or for branched hydrocarbons.

Full browser ?