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 |Conformer ​                    ​|Mesomers ​                                           |Stereoisomers,​ tautomers, protonation states, conformers | |Conformer ​                    ​|Mesomers ​                                           |Stereoisomers,​ tautomers, protonation states, conformers |
  
-Chemical structures with different stereo configurations are distinguished at all specification levels. Depending on the stereo configuration type, they represent a single isomer or a set of potential isomers and/or mixtures of isomers. ​(figure) ​Their stereo configurations are treated identical if and only if the represented isomers / set of isomers are identical. If the configuration differs, the chemical structures are treated as different database entries.+Chemical structures with different stereo configurations are distinguished at all specification levels. Depending on the stereo configuration type, they represent a single isomer or a set of potential isomers and/or mixtures of isomers. Their stereo configurations are treated identical if and only if the represented isomers / set of isomers are identical. If the configuration differs, the chemical structures are treated as different database entries.
  
-//​Compounds//​ can have more symmetries than //​structures//​. In //​compounds//​ neither the number of hydrogens nor the position of some hydrogens are fixed. A //​compound//​ can represent all realistic tautomeric and protonation states (//​structures//​). Therefore those asymmetry centers that are present only in one potential //​structure//​ (tautomer and protonation state) are not treated as stereogenic at the //compound level//. Similarly, some cis-trans bonds found a //​structure//​ might be missing from the corresponding //​compound//​.+//​Compounds//​ can have more symmetries than //​structures//​. In //​compounds//​ neither the number of hydrogens nor the position of some hydrogens are fixed. A //​compound//​ can represent all realistic tautomeric and protonation states (//​structures//​). Therefore those asymmetry centers that are present only in one potential //​structure//​ (tautomer and protonation state) are not treated as stereogenic at the //compound level//. Similarly, some cis-trans bonds found in a //​structure//​ might be missing from the corresponding //​compound//​.
  
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