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The property of different structural forms of the same substance, e.g. certain crystals, of appearing to mirror each other (as do the right and left hands). No rotation or inversion can bring one into coincidence with the other. A good example of this property is found in quartz.

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.

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