Use of Deuterium as an Indicator in Stereochemical Investigations

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1. IT is known that optically active compounds under different influences undergo racemization. Various theories have been put forward to explain the mechanism of these changes.

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    The difference from the value 2 is caused by the rates of dissociation; see Helv. chim. Acta, 19, 354 (1936).

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