stereoisomers


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stereoisomers (steˈ·rē·ō·īˑ·s·merz),

n.pl compounds with identical chemical composition and atomic bonding that differ in the spatial arrangement of atoms.
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Of the 15 metabolites differentiating CM-HBCD from the two other treatment-groups, all 15 metabolites are seen to be contributed by either [alpha]-HBCD or [gamma]-HBCD, with unique profiles between stereoisomers (Figure 5).
2007) ("Moreover, the '944 patent specifically taught that stereoisomers of ramipril 'can be separated by conventional chromatographic or fractional crystallization methods.
We did not use myo-inositol or d-chiro-inositol alone because we decided to administer inositol complying with a proportion that should reflect the natural balance among the two stereoisomers.
Linalool is 95% R, 5% S in enantiomeric configuration, and the lilac compounds are dominated by 5'R stereoisomers (see Dotterl el al.
In order to determine the absolute configuration at C-3 and also at C-13 of (1'S)-10, we synthesized all of the four stereoisomers of 10 employing the olefin cross metathesis reaction between the enantiomers of A and those of B.
In homogeneous medium, both acids give terminal double bond hydrogenation, producing the [alfa] and [beta] methyl position stereoisomers, favoring the [beta] isomer, probably due to less steric hindrance during the Ru metal [pi] complex formation.
The effects of the stereoisomers of alpha-2-adrenergic agonist medetomidine on systemic and coronary hemodynamics in conscious dogs.
Differential effects of lipoic acid stereoisomers on glucose metabolism in insulin-resistant skeletal muscle.
Depending on the aldehyde used in the reaction, two stereoisomers are most commonly produced.
The nerolidol molecule contains a chiral center and a double bond-generating cis/trans isomerism, resulting in four possible stereoisomers in a mixture.
Among the topics are the basics of graphs and molecular graphs, advanced properties of molecular graphs, chirality, stereoisomers, supervised statistical learning, and case studies of computer-aided structure elucidation (CASE).
Recent work indicates that multiple, low-energy stereoisomers of the radical may be present due to small energy changes resulting from both the chirality, and the free rotation, of the hydroxy and peroxy moieties.