Definitions for chiralˈkaɪ rəl
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
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Origin of chiral:
1894; chir- < Gk cheír hand + -al1; coined by Lord Kelvin
Of an object that exhibits chirality, as in the left-handed and right-handed versions of a helix.
Chiral is a puzzle computer game for Mac OS by Ambrosia Software. Gameplay is built around the idea of linking atoms together to make molecules.
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