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Stereochemical descriptor used when higher ranked substituents are on the same side of a double bond
When two or more alkenes are capable of becoming formed by an elimination reaction, the one with the more highly substituted double bond (the more stable alkene) is the major product.
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The form in which neutral amino acids actually exist. The amino group is in its protonated form and the carboxyl group is present as a carboxylate FIG