Prototropy vs Prototropic - What's the difference?

prototropy | prototropic |


As a noun prototropy

is (chemistry) a form of tautomerism in which the two forms differ only in the position of a proton; the transfer of a proton between these two forms.

As an adjective prototropic is

(chemistry) of, pertaining to, or exhibiting prototropy.

prototropy

English

Noun

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  • (chemistry) A form of tautomerism in which the two forms differ only in the position of a proton; the transfer of a proton between these two forms.
  • prototropic

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • (chemistry) Of, pertaining to, or exhibiting prototropy
  • (biology) Of or pertaining to prototrophs