(Science: chemistry) The three-dimensional arrangement of an organic molecule that is caused by: double bonds that prevent free rotation, or chiral centres that haveside groups arranged around them in a particular order.

a configurational isomer cannot be turned into another configuration without breaking covalent bonds.

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