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Isomerism: the same but different

Bally, Thomas

In: Nature Chemistry, 2010, vol. 2, no. 3, p. 165-166

Electromerism is an unfamiliar concept to many chemists and refers to molecules that are not conventional isomers but instead differ in how the electrons are distributed across their structure. A novel example of such electromers has now been demonstrated. Plus

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    Summary
    Electromerism is an unfamiliar concept to many chemists and refers to molecules that are not conventional isomers but instead differ in how the electrons are distributed across their structure. A novel example of such electromers has now been demonstrated.