Definition of configurationally in English:


Pronunciation /-SHənl-ē/


See configuration

‘The glycerol backbone of PC is configurationally analogous to the initial three carbons of the 18 carbon sphingoid base of SPM.’
  • ‘In most cases (except for example 8, whose axis can freely rotate), the biaryl axis is configurationally stable and represents an additional element of chirality.’
  • ‘In the past three decades, three methods have emerged for the study of configurationally random alloys.’
  • ‘Studies are therefore being carried out to increase the configurationally stability of such lithium reagents.’
  • ‘Currently, we are studying thiospiropyran and spirooxazine derivatives which should be configurationally much more stable than the corresponding spiropyrans.’