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How Chiral Objects Distinguish Enantiotopic Groups

Enantiotopic groups can be selectively changed by chiral molecules. This is because the energy associated with reacting with one enantiotopic group is different from the energy associated with reacting with the other. More details and an example are provided in this webcast.
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