|Sep16-09, 03:05 PM||#1|
D and L stereoisomers
I was wondering about this earlier today: how do they (IUPAC?) decide which stereoisomer is D and which is L? I understand the difference between the two, but I don't know how to determine which is which. I imagine it has something to do with chiral priority, but could someone explain, or give me a resource on this?
|Sep16-09, 03:17 PM||#2|
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