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SOLE ENANTIOMERO LEVO

Spanish translation: minus enantiomer

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14:48 Aug 21, 2000
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
Science
English term or phrase: SOLE ENANTIOMERO LEVO
No context provided. It´s a kind of title without any other explanation.
dany2303
Local time: 01:58
Spanish translation:minus enantiomer
Explanation:
The whole title could be: LONE MINUS ENATIOMER

I assume you need the English, rather than the Spanish? Because *enantiomero* is the Spanish/Italian for :enantiomer/enantiomorph. I mention the Italian, not only because when I did a Web search for your term, I found a lot of sites in Italian, but because *sole* is Italian for *only* or *lone*



Here is the definition, in English, from LGDT:
enantiomorph (b)
One of two or more isomers containing an asymmetric element (usually carbon), which has the effect of causing the plane of polarized light to rotate to either right or left when the substance is placed under crossed nicol prisms. Each enantiomorph (or enantiomer) is a mirror image of its twin, that is, its tetrahedral (pyramidal) structure compares with its reversed image in the same way as right and left hands. These are sometimes called chiral arrangements. (b)
Note(s): Enantiomorph is taken from the Greek, meaning "having an opposite form" ((...). (b)


An *enantiomero levo* is a *minus enantiomorph*/minus enantiomer. Here is a definition, taken from Termium:

English:Chemical Structures

minus enantiomer s

minus enantiomorph s PROPOSAL
minus optical antipode s PROPOSAL
minus optical isomer s PROPOSAL

OBS - Enantiomorph: One of an isomeric pair of crystalline forms or compounds whose molecules are nonsuperimposable mirror images. Also known as enantiomer; optical antipode; optical isomer
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Summary of answers provided
naEnantiomero únicoRaúl Valenzuela
naminus enantiomer
Yolanda Broad
naDany, I believe you sent this to the Spanish site
Maria


  

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20 mins
Dany, I believe you sent this to the Spanish site


Explanation:
instead of the Italian site.

;o)

Sorry, have no idea of what this says

Sole = solo
enantomiero = me enamoro
levo = levemente

jajajaja ;o) who knows?

Happy translating! ;o)

Maria
Local time: 22:58
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in pair: 1496
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21 mins
minus enantiomer


Explanation:
The whole title could be: LONE MINUS ENATIOMER

I assume you need the English, rather than the Spanish? Because *enantiomero* is the Spanish/Italian for :enantiomer/enantiomorph. I mention the Italian, not only because when I did a Web search for your term, I found a lot of sites in Italian, but because *sole* is Italian for *only* or *lone*



Here is the definition, in English, from LGDT:
enantiomorph (b)
One of two or more isomers containing an asymmetric element (usually carbon), which has the effect of causing the plane of polarized light to rotate to either right or left when the substance is placed under crossed nicol prisms. Each enantiomorph (or enantiomer) is a mirror image of its twin, that is, its tetrahedral (pyramidal) structure compares with its reversed image in the same way as right and left hands. These are sometimes called chiral arrangements. (b)
Note(s): Enantiomorph is taken from the Greek, meaning "having an opposite form" ((...). (b)


An *enantiomero levo* is a *minus enantiomorph*/minus enantiomer. Here is a definition, taken from Termium:

English:Chemical Structures

minus enantiomer s

minus enantiomorph s PROPOSAL
minus optical antipode s PROPOSAL
minus optical isomer s PROPOSAL

OBS - Enantiomorph: One of an isomeric pair of crystalline forms or compounds whose molecules are nonsuperimposable mirror images. Also known as enantiomer; optical antipode; optical isomer


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Yolanda Broad
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Local time: 23:58
Native speaker of: English
PRO pts in pair: 214
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38 mins
Enantiomero único


Explanation:
Dany, this is Italian. Spanish and Italian are similar languages. Hope it helps, anyway. Regards.

Raúl Valenzuela
PRO pts in pair: 104
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