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stereochemistry

 [ster″e-o-kem´is-tre]
the branch of chemistry dealing with the space relations of atoms in molecules. adj., adj stereochem´ical.

ster·e·o·chem·is·try

(ster'ē-ō-kem'is-trē),
The branch of chemistry concerned with the spatial three-dimensional relations of atoms in molecules, that is, the positions of the atoms in a compound in relation to one another in space.

stereochemistry

/ster·eo·chem·is·try/ (-kem´is-tre) the branch of chemistry treating of the space relations of atoms in molecules.stereochem´ical

ster·e·o·chem·is·try

(ster'ē-ō-kem'is-trē)
The branch of chemistry concerned with the spatial three-dimensional relations of atoms in molecules, i.e., the positions the atoms in a compound bear in relation to one another in space.

stereochemistry (steˈ·rē·ō·keˑ·mi·strē),

n area of chemistry dealing with the three-dimensional arrangement of atoms that make up a molecules.

stereochemistry

the branch of chemistry treating of the space relations of atoms in molecules.
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Throughout the course of the investigations, the reagent was stereochemically stable under the conditions of use and storage, and between-batch analysis indicated a stereochemical purity of >99.
The reagent (R)-MTP chloride, used in the present investigation, is available in high enantiomeric purity, is stereochemically stable (28), and with the analytes used, yields acceptable chromatographic resolution values.
The problem is that this reaction produces two stereoisomers in equal amounts, rendering this desirable readout method ineffective unless the light-driven reaction can be stereochemically biased.
2] cavity (with a stoichiometry of 1-DPG/Hb tetramer) because it is stereochemically complementary to a constellation of six positively charged groups facing the central cavity of the Hb molecule.
2] complexes resulting from reactions 9 are the bis(benzyl) derivatives of both molybdenum and tungsten which are stereochemically nonrigid molecules whose limiting structures involve an [Eta.
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Professor Jacobsen, who is noted for his work in the field of organic synthetic methodology, and particularly in the area of stereoselective catalysis, is working closely with Versicor on new approaches to stereochemically defined diversity.