Chemistry home brought on by asymmetrical molecular framework that permits a substance to rotate the plane of event polarized light.
a property caused by asymmetrical molecular or crystal structure that enables a compound or crystal to rotate the plane of incident polarized light
A measure of quantity of optical rotation generated by a standard quantity of a substance
the capability of a chemical element to rotate the plane of plane-polarized light. This is found only in chemical substances whoever molecular structure does not have an airplane of balance, and is common in biochemical compounds.