Definition of Isotactic

1. Adjective. (chemistry of a polymer) Having substituents arranged in the same (rather than random) configuration in each repeat unit ¹



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Definition of Isotactic

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Isotactic

isostructurally
isosuccinic acid
isosulfamerazine
isosulfan blue
isosulphocyanate
isosulphocyanates
isosulphocyanic
isosulphocyanic acid
isosurface
isosurfaces
isosymmetric
isosynchronous
isotach
isotachophoresis
isotachs
isotactic (current term)
isotacticity
isotaxy
isotheral
isothere
isotheres
isotherm
isothermal
isothermality
isothermally
isothermals
isothermic
isothermobath
isothermobathic
isothermobaths

Literary usage of Isotactic

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1. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1879)
"The results obtained for an isotactic poly-(S>4-methyl-l-hexene of infinite chain length are shown by the dotted curve. The uppermost solid curve is ..."

2. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia by Royal Society of South Australia (1905)
""isotactic" organisms—as we may call those organisms which are equally loaded with anions and kations—would, of course, be attracted by both kinds of ..."

3. Bioremediation: The Tokyo '94 Workshop by OECD Staff, Tokyo '94 Workshop (1994), OECD (1995)
"... mPa) of P(3HB) material are close to those of isotactic polypropylene. The 6 per cent extension needed to break P(3HB) is, however, markedly lower than ..."

4. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1879)
"The results obtained for an isotactic poly-(S>4-methyl-l-hexene of infinite chain length are shown by the dotted curve. The uppermost solid curve is ..."

5. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia by Royal Society of South Australia (1905)
""isotactic" organisms—as we may call those organisms which are equally loaded with anions and kations—would, of course, be attracted by both kinds of ..."

6. Bioremediation: The Tokyo '94 Workshop by OECD Staff, Tokyo '94 Workshop (1994), OECD (1995)
"... mPa) of P(3HB) material are close to those of isotactic polypropylene. The 6 per cent extension needed to break P(3HB) is, however, markedly lower than ..."

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