The deterministic view of Natural Sciences requires causality chains behind every phenomenon. In other words, this means that the Universe is "saturated" with information. This information and its expressions as physical, chemical or biological phenomena are hierarchically distributed over various levels of size, time and energy. The present paper deals with molecular-level systems bearing importance for biology, that is: for living organisms.
Another limitation of our analysis is the stereochemistry (the 3-dimensional, 3D, shape of our subjects): only chiral (and prochiral) molecular systems will be discussed from viewpoints of structure, reactivity and kinetics.
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