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chi·ral

(kī'răl),
Denoting an object, such as a molecule in a given configuration or conformation, that possesses chirality. A chiral molecule has no plane, axis, or center of symmetry.

chiral

(kī′rəl)
adj.
Relating to or exhibiting chirality.
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In a sequel to Chiral Nuclear Dynamics (1996) and Chiral Nuclear Dynamics II: From Quarks to Nuclei to Compact Stars (2008), Ma and Rho develop further on the main themes of the topics treated in those volumes.
Now researchers have succeeded in directly manipulating chiral molecules with light - a goal that had been long sought but never previously attained.
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"For a long time, the unique object for research in the field of chiral magnets was the magnetic skyrmion.
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In this paper, the problem of reflection from a PEC rough interface placed in chiral medium is presented.
From an electromagnetic point of view, chiral structures are known for their potential to show a reciprocal electromagnetic cross-coupling in their effective constitutive relations (bi-isotropy or bianisotropy) [5].
In nature, cathinone exists as a racemic mixture that contains one chiral center which means that it has two enantiomers and commonly one of them will have greater psychological effect in human biological system than the other enantiomer [8].
Chiral metamaterial (CMM) is an important subset of metamaterials (MMs), the unit-cell structure of which cannot be superimposed onto its mirror image [1-8], resulting in a cross-coupling effect of the electric and magnetic field.
For the first time, researchers at the University of New Hampshire have shown that rotating cells in chiral cellular solids, a foam-like substance, could lead to the creation of a new smart material.
Indeed, the chiral is a subset of bianisotropic medium case.