isomeric [ahy-suh-mer-ik] ExamplesWord Origin adjective
- of, relating to, or displaying isomerism.
Origin of isomeric 1830–40; Greek isomer(ḗs) having equal parts (see iso-, -mere) + -ic Related formsi·so·mer·i·cal·ly, adverbun·i·so·mer·ic, adjective Examples from the Web for isomeric Historical Examples of isomeric
A crystalline substance, isomeric with ordinary camphor, which deposits from oil of cloves in needles.
It is isomeric with etherole, and received its name from the assumption of its being the base of the ethereal compounds.
An example of this is found in the case of the isomeric benzaldoximes (p. 203).
Now, suppose that isomeric transformation takes place with measurable velocity.
Below the temperatures G and H, isomeric transformation does not occur in measurable time.