enantiomorph

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enantiomorph

[ə′nan·tē·ə‚mȯrf]
(chemistry)
One of an isomeric pair of either crystalline forms or chemical compounds whose molecules are nonsuperimposable mirror images. Also known as enantiomer; optical antipode; optical isomer.
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It is announced in the Enantiomorphic Chambers, those matched mirror constructions, and developed in his non-sites, which stage dialectical relationships to actual sites.
The Enantiomorphic Chambers are uncannily alike and sharply opposed.