One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The phosphine that was used was not enantiomerically pure, but even so the resulting product showed a 15 per cent enantiomeric excess.’
- ‘The flavour and fragrance industry takes advantage of chirality - by being able to produce enantiomerically pure compounds, manufacturers can not only expand their product ranges but also guarantee customers product uniformity.’
- ‘This enantiomerically enriched catalyst could then act to promote the formation of amino acids with substantial enantiomeric excesses.’
- ‘Their efficiency, together with that of the now highly optimised extraction processes, mean that the plant remains unchallenged as the commercial source of enantiomerically pure morphine and codeine.’
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