trans position

trans position

[-pəsish′ən]
Etymology: L, transponere
1 an abnormality occurring during embryonic development in which a body part normally on the left is found on the right or vice versa.
2 the shifting of genetic material from one chromosome to another at some point in the reproductive process, often resulting in a congenital anomaly. transpose, v.
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The subsequent ligand dissociation gives rise to complex 4, where the phosphane ligand and Br are in the trans position (P-Pd-Br angle is 170.
It is important to note that in the product of oxidative addition (complex 9) bromine atom and phenyl group are in the trans position.
2](Ph)Br complex (Scheme 2, I) starts with the dissociation of the phosphane ligand in the trans position to the phenyl group and the formation of the cis-Pd([PPh.
Also, Portugal has to review its Decree Law No 332/97, November 1997, trans position of Directive 92/100/EEC of 19 November 1992 on rental right and lending right and on certain rights related to copyright in the field of intellectual property.
As a consequence, the system begins in a cis position, and after the first ester (1/2 ester) is formed the ester and carboxylic acid are in a trans position.