Absolute Configuration

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Absolute Configuration

A term of art referring to the arrangement of atoms around a molecule’s chiral centre.
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However, the Lab and financial limitations did not allow us to perform further experiments to confirm the absolute stereochemistry at these centers.
(2002) Structure and Absolute Stereochemistry of Hectochlorin, a Potent Stimulator of Actin Assembly.
What's more, if you are using one of the protocols developed in Andre Charette's group, you'll also be able to control the relative and absolute stereochemistry of the reaction.