laevorotatory


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laevorotatory

(ˌliːvəʊˈrəʊtətərɪ; -trɪ) or

laevorotary

adj
of, having, or causing laevorotation. Also: laevogyrate
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In the 1950 s, a semi-synthetic, injectable form of amygdalin was developed and patented as Laetrile (LAEvorotatory mandeloniTRlLE) by Ernst T.
Reoviruses (T = 131, laevorotatory, turning toward the left) are icosahedral but do not contain a membrane [27].
Gonzalez, "Absolute configuration and optical activity of laevorotatory [Bi.sub.12]Ti[O.sub.20]," Acta Crystallographica Section B, vol.