enantiomorph


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Synonyms for enantiomorph

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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Each card showed one of the two alternative arrangements of its facsimile and enantiomorph silhouettes.
FF and EE choices are consistent choices of facsimile and enantiomorph silhouettes respectively, irrespective of any difference between the arrangements in which they were presented.
In the circumstances of facsimile and enantiomorph responses being equally frequent, the ratio has the value of 0.
That participants will perceive the facsimile of a stimulus lamella as more similar to the lamella than they would the enantiomorph of this facsimile.
That the discrepancy between the perceived similarity of the facsimile and its enantiomorph will vary with the orientations of the lamella with respect to the fronto-parallel plane.
The subtle same-yet-different aspect of enantiomorphs has been the subject of philosophical argument too.
The enantiomorphs approached 1:1 ratios in random countings of newly open flowers (Table 1).
42, 43) It should be noted that such a division into L-, R-, and S- rhythms is not a simple formal geometric operation, but rather that such functional enantiomorphs really react differently to environmental factors, or medical preparations, with varied dynamics of physiological and biochemical reactions.
Stereoselective interactions of trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole with the separated enantiomorphs of racemic warfarin in man.