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Conversely, a second class of supramolecular chirality called noncovalent enantioselective synthesis  arises when the supramolecular aggregate is obtained starting from achiral building blocks and can be produced in an enantiomerically enriched form via the chiral memory effect [9, 14]. The present contribution is aimed at focusing the attention of the reader to the latter kind of chiral assemblies because it represents the ultimate degree of sophistication in supramolecular chirality. 2 Example of a macroscopic chiral racemic object obtained by achiral units: a pen, a marking pen and a toothbrush in a penholder can assume two enantiomeric distributions even if each singular item is achiral.
For example, the sense of a spinning electron on a surface with its axis of spin perpendicular to the surface is reversed under the two-dimensional parity operation (unlike in three dimensions). Because electrons with opposite spin sense are nonsuperposable in the plane, a spinning electron on a surface would seem to be chiral. However, the apparent chirality is false because the sense of spin is also reversed by time reversal. The enantiomorphism is therefore time-noninvariant, the system being invariant under the combined PT operation but not under P and T separately.
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