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Related to steric: Steric hindrance, Steric effect

ster·ic

 (stĕr′ĭk, stîr′-) also ster·i·cal (-ĭ-kəl)
adj.
Of or relating to the spatial arrangement of atoms in a molecule.


ster′i·cal·ly adv.

steric

(ˈstɛrɪk; ˈstɪər-) or

sterical

adj
(Chemistry) chem of, concerned with, or caused by the spatial arrangement of atoms in a molecule
[C19: from stereo- + -ic]
ˈsterically adv

ster•ic

(ˈstɛr ɪk, ˈstɪər-)

adj.
of or pertaining to the spatial relationships of atoms in a molecule.
[1895–1900; ster (eo)- + -ic]
Translations
sterisch
stérique
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Contract notice: Acquisition of a high pressure chromatography system for the measurement of molar masses and the purification of polymers and oligomers by steric exclusion
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A comprehensive swath of techniques are utilized, including common 1D and 2D spectra, selective decoupling, and steric ROESY and NOESY spectra, while assuming that the reader has basic NMR knowledge corresponding to a sophomore organic chemistry course.