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New Aspect of Chirality or Mirror Symmetry Effect in Organic Chemistry, Physics, and Two-Component Biostructures

Author(s):

Valerii A. Pavlov*  

Abstract:


The difference in the physical properties of a racemic mixture and enantiomers indicates that the two-component structure of a racemate can acquire new properties compared to pure enantiomers as components. The spectrum of the differences includes the melting point temperatures, density, weight, catalytic activity, and other properties. Such a two-component system of chiral compounds is analyzed in the context of chemistry, biology, and physics. The study covers asymmetric catalytic reactions, chiral macromolecular compounds structure, chiral trajectories of micro- and macro-objects, biological structures, as well as chiral objects, including mirror neurons, twins, flora-fauna biostructure, etc. The comparative analysis reveals a perfectly different time dependence of all the listed chiral processes.

Keywords:

Chiral and racemic fields, homochirality, mirror neurons, baryonic asymmetry paradox, Biosphere Kozyrev’s time effect

Affiliation:

N. D. Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences, 47 Leninsky prosp., Moscow, 119991



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