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What does it mean to be enantiomerically pure?
A sample that contains only a single enantiomer is enantiomerically pure.
For example, the specific rotation of (+)-tartaric acid is +12.7 °.
The specific rotation of its enantiomer is -12.7 °.
If you have a sample containing only one of the , the sample is enantiomerically pure.