[ sin-dahy-oh-tak-tik, sin-dahy- ]
/ sɪnˌdaɪ oʊˈtæk tɪk, ˌsɪn daɪ- /
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(of a polymer molecule) having a regular alternation of opposite configurations at successive regularly spaced positions along the chain.See also configuration (def. 4).
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OTHER WORDS FROM syndiotacticsyn·di·o·tac·tic·i·ty [sin-dahy-oh-tak-tis-i-tee, sin-dahy-], /sɪnˌdaɪ oʊ tækˈtɪs ɪ ti, ˌsɪn daɪ-/, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for syndiotactic
/ (ˌsɪndɪəʊˈtæktɪk) /
chem (of a stereospecific polymer) having alternating stereochemical configurations of the groups on successive carbon atoms in the chainCompare isotactic
Word Origin for syndiotactic
C20: from syndyo, from Greek sunduo two together + -tactic
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