mesomerism


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mesomerism

(mɪˈsɒməˌrɪzəm)
n
(Chemistry) resonance
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Notably, Christopher Ingold described resonance under the term "mesomerism," which literally refers to structures in-between (meso-) multiple classical ones.
(69) Nesmeyanov and Reutov also attempted to demarcate between resonance and mesomerism, although their efforts never quite caught on.
In the presence of hydrogen donor, the mesomerism of the peptide linkage, which is the tautomerization form of the interaction in PVP as shown in Fig.