verb (used with or without object), i·som·er·ized, i·som·er·iz·ing. Chemistry.
to convert into an isomer.
Also especially British, i·som·er·ise.
Origin of isomerize
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Most of those who died were in trailers next to the isomerization unit, which boosts octane in gasoline, when it blew up.BP's Shocking Memo
May 25, 2010
chem to change or cause to change from one isomer to another
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A process in which one isomer is formed from another.
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