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Why do chiral objects only come in pairs?
My question arise and is connected to the "strange" fact that many things seem to come in pair or in number of two similar "objects". Why are there chiral "pairs" and not groups of 3,4, or more? What ...
Jan 11 '12 at 7:32
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