optical isomer


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optical isomer

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Caption: Figure 6: The proposed structure for the optical isomer for the tris-chelate complexes.
These chains of 'bound water" contribute to a sharp acceleration directed reactions when exposed to a proton at one of their ends, and there is a rearrangement of the chain with the formation of his optical isomer.
The new material is made with a simple manufacturing process that alternately laminates two types of polylactic acid (PLA) films: poly-L-lactic acid (PLLA) and optical isomer poly-D-lactic acid (PDLA).
Teijin says that if the optical isomer, D-lactic acid - a by-product of the recycling process - is mixed in, the physical properties of the polymer deteriorate.
l-Pseudoephedrine, also known as (-)-(1R, 2R)-pseudoephedrine or (-)-Pseudoephedrine, is the optical isomer of d-Pseudoephedrine.
CLA 750 is a unique optical isomer of the polyunsaturated fatty acid linoleic acid.
The compound is not the L(+) optical isomer of lactate (the one found in many animals, including perhaps all chordates).