enantiomorph

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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How To Use enantiomorph In A Sentence

  • Enantiomorphism is a term used in crystallography to denote the relationship between two molecules or other forms that mirror each other across a single axis.
  • As tantalizingly similar as they may appear, enantiomorphs cannot be reconciled.
  • Exhibiting external bilateral symmetry about a vertical midline, the human body consists of two enantiomorphs - the right and left sides.
  • Mounted on the wall at eye level, Enantiomorphic Chambers consists of two cubic structures, each with a mirror projecting at an oblique angle and placed so that the mirrors face each other.
  • He synthesizes stereochemistry and crystallography with physiological optics, locating the enantiomorphic dislocation right between the eyes of the seeing subject.
  • Crystallography volunteers enantiomorphic space groups P3 (1) 21 and P3 (2) 21 with respective all right-handed and all left-handed 3-fold screw axies, no racemic screw axes, no conflicting screw axes. Assignment Desk: You Ask, We Answer
  • Two asymmetrical trails that mirror each other could be called enantiomorphic after those two common enantiomorphs - the right and left hands.
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