Sometimes either form was digestible, but frequently the body could use only the isomer to which it was adjusted.
According to this view hyoscyamine ought to be the hyoscinate of hyoscine, or at any rate an isomer of this body.
Chavibetol, an isomer of eugenol, occurs in the ethereal oil obtained from Piper betle.
An isomer of chloral, parachloralide, is made by passing excess of dry chlorine into absolute methyl alcohol.
An isomer of cinnamic acid known as allo-cinnamic acid is also known.
Besides this oil, cloves also contain two neutral bodies, eugenin and caryophyllin, the latter of which is an isomer of camphor.
isomer i·so·mer (ī'sə-mər)
Any of two or more substances that are composed of the same elements in the same proportions but differ in properties because of differences in the arrangement of atoms.
Any of two or more nuclei with the same mass number and atomic number that have different radioactive properties and can exist in any of several energy states for a measurable period of time.