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


Valerii A. Pavlov*  


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.


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


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

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