diastereoisomeric
adjective see diastereomer

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • diastereoisomeric — adjective Of or pertaining to diastereoisomers or diastereoisomerism …   Wiktionary

  • diastereoisomeric — dia·ster·eo·iso·mer·ic (di″ə ster″e o i″so merґik) exhibiting diastereoisomerism …   Medical dictionary

  • diastereoisomeric — dia·stereoisomeric …   English syllables

  • diastereoisomeric — …   Useful english dictionary

  • diastereomer — or diastereoisomer noun Date: 1936 a stereoisomer of a compound having two or more chiral centers that is not a mirror image of another stereoisomer of the same compound compare enantiomer • diastereomeric or diastereoisomeric adjective •… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Henk Buck — (Dordrecht, 1930) studied at the University of Leiden where he received his PhD in 1959. He got a lectorship at the University in Theoretical Organic Chemistry in 1964. For his research he received the Golden Medal of the Royal Netherlands… …   Wikipedia

  • diastereoisomerism — noun Any form of stereoisomerism other than enantiomerism See Also: diastereoisomer, diastereoisomeric …   Wiktionary

  • deracemization — noun The conversion of a racemate into a pure enantiomer or into a mixture in which one enantiomer is present in excess, or of a diastereoisomeric mixture into a single diastereoisomer or into a mixture in which one diastereoisomer predominates …   Wiktionary

  • diastereomer — di·a·ste·reo·mer .dī ə ster ē ō (.)mər, stir or di·a·ste·reo·iso·mer .ster ē ō ī sə mər, .stir n an isomer that is a stereoisomer of a compound having two or more chiral centers and that is not a mirror image of another stereoisomer of the same… …   Medical dictionary

  • diastereoisomer — [ˌdʌɪəstɛrɪəʊ ʌɪsəmə] noun Chemistry each of a pair of stereoisomeric compounds that are not mirror images of one another. Derivatives diastereoisomeric adjective …   English new terms dictionary

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