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  • noun Plural form of stereocenter.

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  • Secondly, the current paper builds upon previous work by Lieber's group to introduce triangular "stereocenters" - essentially, fixed 120-degree joints-into nanowires, structures that had previously been rigidly linear.

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  • Secondly, the current paper builds upon previous work by Lieber's group to introduce triangular "stereocenters" - essentially, fixed 120º joints - into nanowires, structures that had previously been rigidly linear.

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  • Producing the correct arrangement for all stereocenters was particularly challenging, said Movassaghi.

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  • These stereocenters, analogous to the chemical hubs found in many complex organic molecules, introduce kinks into 1-D nanostructures, transforming them into more complex forms.

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  • These stereocenters, analogous to the chemical hubs found in many complex organic molecules, introduce kinks into 1-D nanostructures, transforming them into more complex forms.

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  • These simplified designs involved reducing the number of stereocenters in the structures of the molecules.

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  • These simplified designs involved reducing the number of stereocenters in the structures of the molecules.

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  • Synthetic chemists have long been challenged by stereocenters because only one configuration may yield an active drug, while molecules containing the mirror-image version can be inactive, and perhaps even harmful, contaminants.

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  • In their design, the researchers reduced the number of stereocenters from nine in the natural compounds down to three in their simplified versions.

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  • Synthetic chemists have long been challenged by stereocenters because only one configuration may yield an active drug, while molecules containing the mirror-image version can be inactive, and perhaps even harmful, contaminants.

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