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  • adjective (Physics & Chem.) See dextrotatory.

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  • adjective dextrotatory

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  • adjective rotating to the right

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Examples

  • If proteins were to develop through natural processes, as in the theory of evolution, an equal number of amino acids would develop that make light rotate clockwise dextrorotary as those that make light rotate counterclockwise.

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • If proteins were to develop through natural processes, as in the theory of evolution, an equal number of amino acids would develop that make light rotate clockwise dextrorotary as those that make light rotate counterclockwise.

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • If proteins were to develop through natural processes, as in the theory of evolution, an equal number of amino acids would develop that make light rotate clockwise dextrorotary as those that make light rotate counterclockwise.

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • If proteins were to develop through natural processes, as in the theory of evolution, an equal number of amino acids would develop that make light rotate clockwise dextrorotary as those that make light rotate counterclockwise.

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • By actual isolation of a crystalline dextrorotary sugar, by preparations of osazone and conversion into saccharic acid, it was proved that dextrose was the main product of hydrolysis.

    Researches on Cellulose 1895-1900

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