Stereochemistry


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Stereochemistry

DESCRIPTION

Stereochemistry is the scientific concept that describes the relationship between chemical compounds which have the same molecular formula and identical functional groups but with different three dimensional arrangements of atoms. These molecules are known as stereoisomers and can have very different properties from one another, particularly when interacting with biological systems.

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