Definition of Racemoid

1. pertaining to a raceme [adj] - See also: raceme



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Racemoid

racemic acid
racemic mixture
racemiferous
racemiform
racemise
racemised
racemises
racemism
racemisms
racemization
racemizations
racemize
racemized
racemizes
racemizing
racemoid (current term)
racemoramide
racemorphanol
racemose
racemose aneurysm
racemose gland
racemose haemangioma
racemous
racemule
racemules
racemulose
racepath
racepaths
racephedrine
racephedrine hydrochloride

Literary usage of Racemoid

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1. Report of the Annual Meeting (1899)
"dissociated, however, from the previous production of the racemoid form, ... racemoid compounds, which are, in the last resort, due to the action of life. ..."

2. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial ScienceChemistry (1898)
"... of the racemoid form, may be illustrated by the fermentation of dextro-tartaric ... by the use of previously existing asymmetric non-racemoid compounds, ..."

3. The Chemical Trade Journal and Oil, Paint and Colour Review (1898)
"... this is correct; as regards the racemoid form, it is generally correct ; but the meso form, as we now know, is a very special case, implying that the ..."

4. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences by California Academy of Sciences (1895)
"But the leaves are not rounded, cordate, nor serrate, neither is the slender elongated racemoid-panicle "thrice compound," nor in the general appearance is ..."

5. Trees: A Handbook of Forest-botany for the Woodlands and the Laboratory by Harry Marshall Ward, Percy Groom (1905)
"... Inflorescence a racemoid panicle with cymose branches. Upper flowers </ by abortion. Floral formula K(i} Cs (or 4) A8—5 Cr(3)) disc ..."

6. A Text-book of Organic Chemistry by Arnold Frederik. Holleman (1920)
"Second, it may be a true compound of the dextro-modification and laevo-modification, a racemic compound or racemoid, its formation being comparable to that ..."

7. A Text-book of Organic Chemistry by Arnold Frederik Holleman (1920)
"Second, it may be a true compound of the dextro-modification and laevo-modification, a racemic compound or racemoid, its formation being comparable to that ..."

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