What is the difference between enantiomers and chirals?

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Al E. Share
May 21, 2018

Enantiomers are chiral!

They are the non-superimposable mirror image of a molecule.

If you're referring to achiral molecules, achiral molecules cannot have an enantiomer because it has no chirality center.

However, there isn't a "difference" per se if you're referring to chiral molecules.

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