Definition of interconvertible in English:



See interconvert

‘Tautomers are interconvertible because of how easily their hydrogen atoms move around.’
  • ‘Einstein had, after all, shown that mass and energy were interconvertible.’
  • ‘Owing to the capacity of RNA to form a large variety of different structures, which are dynamic and interconvertible, special RNA molecules have evolved that carry out enzymatic reactions.’
  • ‘It expresses a pre-existing heterogeneity between two or more conformations, which are probably interconvertible in a slow equilibrium process.’
  • ‘All plastids are developmentally interrelated and interconvertible.’