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 (stĕr′ē-ō-ī-sŏm′ə-rĭz′əm, stîr′-)
Isomerism created by differences in the spatial arrangement of atoms in a molecule.

ster′e·o·i′so·mer′ic (-ī′sə-mĕr′ĭk) adj.


(ˌstɛrɪəʊˌaɪsəˈmɛrɪk; ˌstɪər-)
of, relating to, stereoisomers or stereoisomerism
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Epimerization or stereoisomer conversion is another important process that may alter the results of analyses at stereoisomeric levels.
These compounds are commonly associated with the occurrence of marine organic matter [16], although SI also could be related to terrestrial organic matter and more specifically to higher plants [39, 40] according to its stereoisomeric configuration.
trinervis from central Costa Rica is qualitatively different to the composition of the oils from samples of the same species collected in the state of Ceara, Brazil, which contain two characteristic stereoisomeric lachnophyllum esters, compounds not detected in this study.
PLA usually consists of a stereoisomeric mixture due to the enantiomeric configurational isomers of lactide.
Behavioral responses of the invasive Halyomorpha halys (Stal) to traps baited with stereoisomeric mixtures of 10,11-epoxy-l-bisabolen-3-ol.
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If there is no difference between the toxicological profile of the single stereoisomeric product and the racemate, no further studies would be needed.
Additionally the stereoisomeric composition (d,l-lactide) is not known.
The authors focused their attention on three essential molecules belonging to this primordial group of ubiquitary chemical compounds: myoinositol and D-chiroinositol, two stereoisomeric forms of inositol(s), and inositol hexakisphosphate, a metabolite of myoinositol.