Molecular Stereochemistry

Stereochemistry is the study of the static and dynamic aspects of the three-dimensional shapes of molecules. It has provided a basis for understanding the organic structure and reactivity. In a constant time, the stereochemistry constitutes an associated degree in itself and fascinating field of analysis in its claim. Several chemists realize this fascinating study space due simply to the aesthetic beauty related to the use of chemical structures, and also the intriguing ability to combine the fields of geometry, topology, and chemistry in the study of three-dimensional shapes. Additionally, there is a square measure of the sensitive ramifications of the stereochemistry. Nature is intrinsically chiral as a result of the building blocks of life (amino acids, nucleotides and sugars) that are chiral squares and that look natural in enantiomerically pure forms. Therefore, any substance created by man to move with or modify the square nature measure interacts with a chiral environment. This is often a very important issue for bio-organic chemists and a sensible problem for pharmaceutical chemists. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) currently requires that medicine is created in enantiomerically pure forms, or that rigorous tests be performed to confirm that each enantiomer measures in square form.

  • Atropisomerism

  • Cis-trans isomerism

  • Conformational isomerism

  • Diastereomers

  • Enantiomers

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