Steric

Any effect that is caused simply by a chemical group physically getting in the way, rather than by any particular properties of that group, is called a steric effect. A good definition to keep in mind (Organic Chemistry, John McMurry , 1988) is that steric strain is the result of trying to force two objects to occupy the same space. Here is an inte...
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steric

Pertaining to stereochemistry. ... Steric hindrance, interference with or inhibition of a seemingly feasible reaction (usually synthetic) because the size of one or another reactant prevents approach to the required interatomic distance. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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steric

Type: Term Pronunciation: ster′ik, stēr- Definitions: 1. Pertaining to stereochemistry.
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steric

of, like or pertaining to the organization of atoms in a molecule
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