chirality

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chi·ral·i·ty

 (kī-răl′ĭ-tē)
n.
The aspect of a structure or property, such as the configuration of a molecule or the spin of a particle, that renders that structure or property distinguishable from its mirror image or symmetrical opposite. Also called handedness.
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chirality

(kaɪˈrælɪtɪ)
n
(Chemistry) the configuration or handedness (left or right) of an asymmetric, optically active chemical compound. Also called: dissymmetry
[C19: from Greek kheir hand + -al1 + -ity]
ˈchiral adj
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Translations
chiralité
chiralità
aynallıkkirallik