Enantiomorph



[ih-nan-tee-uh-mawrf] /ɪˈnæn ti əˌmɔrf/

noun, Crystallography.
1.
either of two crystals exhibiting .
/ɛnˈæntɪəˌmɔːf/
noun
1.
either of the two crystal forms of a substance that are mirror images of each other

enantiomorph en·an·ti·o·morph (ĭ-nān’tē-ə-môrf’)
n.
Either of a pair of crystals, molecules, or compounds that are mirror images of each other but are not identical. Also called enantiomer.

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  • Enantiomorphism

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