Origin of racemic
Examples from the Web for racemic
Historical Examples of racemic
In the one case, therefore, the racemic compound has a higher, in the other a lower melting point than the active forms.
The lower isothermal, on the other hand, would be obtained at a temperature at which the racemic compound could be formed.
As, for instance, strychnine racemate, a compound of racemic acid with the optically active strychnine.
Racemic acid is rather less soluble than tartaric, and separates first from a solution containing the two acids.
A solution of racemic acid precipitates a neutral salt of calcium, which is not the case with tartaric acid.