stereocontrolling

Stereocontrol vs Stereocontrolling - What's the difference?

stereocontrol | stereocontrolling | Related terms |

Stereocontrol is a related term of stereocontrolling.


In chemistry|lang=en terms the difference between stereocontrol and stereocontrolling

is that stereocontrol is (chemistry) control of the stereochemistry of a reaction while stereocontrolling is (chemistry) that controls the stereochemistry of a reaction.

As a noun stereocontrol

is (chemistry) control of the stereochemistry of a reaction.

As an adjective stereocontrolling is

(chemistry) that controls the stereochemistry of a reaction.

Stereochemistry vs Stereocontrolling - What's the difference?

stereochemistry | stereocontrolling |


As a noun stereochemistry

is (chemistry|uncountable) the branch of chemistry that involves the spatial arrangement of the atoms of molecules, and studies how this affects the physical and chemical properties of such species.

As an adjective stereocontrolling is

(chemistry) that controls the stereochemistry of a reaction.

Control vs Stereocontrolling - What's the difference?

control | stereocontrolling |


As a verb control

is to exercise influence over; to suggest or dictate the behavior of.

As a noun control

is (countable|uncountable) influence or authority over.

As an adjective stereocontrolling is

(chemistry) that controls the stereochemistry of a reaction.