enantiomer

NOUN
  1. either one of a pair of compounds (crystals or molecules) that are mirror images on each other but are not identical
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  • Recently, though, it was discovered that life itself can generate a particular enantiomer or chiral form of a particular molecule.
  • Slide 18: Cis, Trans Isomerism • trans-cyclooctene is the smallest trans cyclooctene that has been prepared in pure form and is stable at room temperature • the cis isomer is 38 kJ (9.1 kcal) / mol more stable than the trans isomer • the trans isomer is chiral even though it has no chiral center trans­ Cyclooctene (a pair of enantiomers) 5-18 Recently Uploaded Slideshows
  • This product contains more of one enantiomer than of the other, that is, the synthesis is asymmetric. The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2001 - Information for the Public
  • Optically active cyanohydrins with high levels of enantiomeric purity were obtained following a simple procedure.
  • (84-87% (1R,2S) - cis-1,2-dihydroxy-dihydrodiben - zothiophene, enantiomeric excess greater than 95%, 15% dibenzothio - phene sulfoxide [16]) [16] S fluorene + NADH + O2 Recently Uploaded Slideshows
  • This reaction utilised the transition metal titanium (Ti) and chiral ligands and gave high enantiomeric excess. The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2001 - Information for the Public
  • As with hands, chiral molecules can occur in two different forms, called enantiomers, which are mirror-images of one another.
  • In this case the district court said the references 'general statements that these compounds consist of enantiomers didn't make an anticipating disclosure of the separated dextrorotatory enantiomer of PCR 4099. Patent Baristas
  • Nonenzymatic replication may be more resistant to poisoning by the incorrect enantiomer than previously seemed likely. Good Math, Bad Math, and David Berlinkski - The Panda's Thumb
  • M.; Little, D.B.; Schalk, M.; Croteau, R.: Hydroxylation of limonene enantiomers and analogs by recombinant (-) - limonene 3 - and 6-hydroxy - lases from Mint (Mentha) species: Evidence for catalysis within sterically constrained active sites. Recently Uploaded Slideshows
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