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An akamptisomer is a type of conformational isomer characterized by a hindered inversion of a bond angle. It was first discovered in 2018 in a series of bridged porphyrin molecules.[1][2]

Lemonick, Sam (May 24, 2018). "Chemists claim they've defined the first new class of stereoisomers in 50 years". Chemical & Engineering News. 96 (22).
Canfield, Peter J.; Blake, Iain M.; Cai, Zheng-Li; Luck, Ian J.; Krausz, Elmars; Kobayashi, Rika; Reimers, Jeffrey R.; Crossley, Maxwell J. (2018). "A new fundamental type of conformational isomerism". Nature Chemistry. 10 (6): 615–624. Bibcode:2018NatCh..10..615C. doi:10.1038/s41557-018-0043-6. hdl:10453/125589. PMID 29784991. S2CID 205562847.

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