Definición de geometric isomer en inglés:

geometric isomer

Silabificación: ge·o·met·ric i·so·mer
(also geometrical isomer)

sustantivo

Chemistry
Each of two or more compounds that differ from each other in the arrangement of groups with respect to a double bond, ring, or other rigid structure.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He used the theory to predict the existence of geometric isomers, two forms of a compound that differ from each other only in the position of a single atom, ion, or group of atoms.
  • CLA is a mixture of positional and geometric isomers of linoleic acid and has been reported to inhibit various chemical-induced cancers in rodent models.
  • The naming of geometrical isomers reflects the position of the atoms or groups on each of the carbon atoms in the double bond.

Derivativos

geometric isomerism

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Due to geometrical isomerism, two forms of polyethyne are produced: cis-polyethyne and trans-polyethyne.
  • If there are two different attachments on each side of the double bond then geometrical isomerism results.
  • Most cases of geometric isomerism are a result of molecule rigidity which prevents rotation about a double bond.

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