Volume 89 Issue 27 | p. 4 | Letters
Issue Date: July 4, 2011

More On Limonene

Department: Letters
query for readers

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To follow up on Eric Ressner’s letter (C&EN, June 6, page 4), IUPAC (per its 1996 report, “Basic Terminology of Stereochemistry”) strongly discourages the use of d- and l- to denote optical rotation of enantiomers and recommends that (+) and (-) be used, respectively. Therefore: (+)-limonene.

By Michael Matson

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