Prefix meaning "same"

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Possible Answers: EQUI, HOMO, HOM.

Random information on the term “HOMO”:

In chemistry, frontier molecular orbital theory is an application of MO theory describing HOMO / LUMO interactions.

In 1952, Kenichi Fukui published a paper in the Journal of Chemical Physics titled “A molecular theory of reactivity in aromatic hydrocarbons.” Though widely criticized at the time, he later shared the Nobel Prize in Chemistry with Roald Hoffmann for his work on reaction mechanisms. Hoffman’s work focused on creating a set of four pericyclic reactions in organic chemistry, based on orbital symmetry, which he coauthored with Robert Burns Woodward, entitled “The Conservation of Orbital Symmetry.”

Fukui’s own work looked at the frontier orbitals, and in particular the effects of the Highest Occupied Molecular Orbital (HOMO) and the Lowest Unoccupied Molecular Orbital (LUMO) on reaction mechanisms, which led to it being called Frontier Molecular Orbital Theory (FMO Theory). He used these interactions to better understand the conclusions of the Woodward–Hoffmann rules.

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Random information on the term “HOM”:

Tan, the pinyin romanization of 譚, is the 67th most common surname in China. The surname Chen ((陈/陳)) based on the various Min dialects is also Romanized as “Tan”.

Two origins have been suggested for the Tan surname:

A study by geneticist Yuan Yida has found that people with either of the two Tan surnames are especially concentrated in Hunan Province which would tend to support these accounts. This does not mean that they are the most common surnames in that province.

Tan is the Chinese character’s Hanyu Pinyin romanisation in Mandarin Chinese. It is pronounced and romanised differently in different languages and dialects.

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