Definition of Stereoisomer

1. Noun. (chemistry) one of a set of the isomers of a compound that exhibits stereoisomerism ¹



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Definition of Stereoisomer

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stereoisomer

stereograms
stereograph
stereographed
stereographer
stereographers
stereographic
stereographically
stereographies
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stereographs
stereography
stereoheterotopic
stereoinduction
stereoing
stereoinversion
stereoisomer (current term)
stereoisomeric
stereoisomerism
stereoisomerization
stereoisomerizations
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stereolithography
stereological
stereologically
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stereomes
stereometamaterial
stereometamaterials

Literary usage of Stereoisomer

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1. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1879)
"Every such stereoisomer has the nitrogen atoms at opposite vertices of an ... The IId stereoisomer is subject also to the serious objection that the two ..."

2. A Compendium of Chemistry by Carl Arnold (1904)
"O (CH'OH)4-CHO or CnH^O,, are the three stereoisomer.c aldehyde alcohols of the above-ment.oned hexa- hydric alcohols (see Carbohydrates). ..."

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