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CHIRALITY: HUMAN HAND & MIRROR IMAGE
A Hand And Its Mirror Image Are Nonsuperimposable
Structures that are nonsuperimposable mirror images of each other are called enantiomers and are said to be chiral. The mirror image of the right hand cannot be turned in any way to make it identical to the actual right hand.
Copyright:© 1992 Martin Bough - Fundamental Photographs
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