enantiomorph

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en·an·ti·o·morph

 (ĭ-năn′tē-ə-môrf′)
[Greek enantios, opposite; see ant- in Indo-European roots + -morph.]

en·an′ti·o·mor′phic, en·an′ti·o·mor′phous adj.
en·an′ti·o·mor′phism n.

enantiomorph

(ɛnˈæntɪəˌmɔːf)
n
either of the two crystal forms of a substance that are mirror images of each other
[C19: from Greek enantios opposite + -morph]
enˌantioˈmorphic, enˌantioˈmorphous adj
enˌantioˈmorphˌism n

en•an•ti•o•morph

(ɪˈnæn ti əˌmɔrf)

n.
either of a pair of chemically identical crystals that are mirror images of each other.
[< German (1856); see enantio-, -morph]
en•an`ti•o•mor′phism, n.
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Noun1.enantiomorph - either one of a pair of compounds (crystals or molecules) that are mirror images on each other but are not identical
chemical compound, compound - (chemistry) a substance formed by chemical union of two or more elements or ingredients in definite proportion by weight