Stereochemical

Some articles on stereochemical:

Stereospecificity
... A stereospecific mechanism specifies the stereochemical outcome of a given reactant, whereas a stereoselective reaction selects products from those made available by ... will give 100% of a particular stereoisomer (or no reaction), although loss of stereochemical integrity can easily occur through competing mechanisms with different stereochemical outcomes ...
Retrosynthetic Analysis - Strategies - Stereochemical Strategies
... Numerous chemical targets have distinct stereochemical demands ... Stereochemical transformations (such as the Claisen rearrangement and Mitsunobu reaction) can remove or transfer the desired chirality thus simplifying ...
Convention On Psychotropic Substances - List of Controlled Psychotropic Substances - Schedule II
... positions, specific generalization for tetrahydrocannabinol stereochemical variants and common generalization clause for salts. 1 phenethylamine psychedelic 1 position representing an isomer of tetrahydrocannabinol and its stereochemical variants 3 depressants 1 barbiturate 2 qualones 1 ...
Sigmatropic Reaction - Overview of Sigmatropic Shifts - Suprafacial and Antarafacial Shifts
... lobe is used to form the new bond In cases of stereochemical retention, the migrating group translates without rotation into the bonding position, while in the case of stereochemical ... However, another stereochemical transition effect equally capable of producing inversion or retention products is whether the migrating group remains on the original face of the π system ...
Single Convention On Narcotic Drugs - List of Controlled Narcotic Drugs - Scheduled Elsewhere
... tetrahydrocannabinol, the following isomers and their stereochemical variants 7,8,9,10-tetrahydro-6,6,9-trimethyl-3-pentyl-6H-dibenzopyran-1-ol (9R,10aR)-8,9,10,10a-tetrahydro-6,6,9-trimethyl-3-pentyl-6H-di ...