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Dextrorotatory and dextrorotation are terms used in chemistry to describe the direction in which a substance rotates plane-polarized light. When a substance is said to be dextrorotatory, it means that it rotates plane-polarized light to the right or clockwise direction, whereas when it is levorotatory, it rotates plane-polarized light to the left or counterclockwise direction.

The terms "dextrorotatory" and "levorotatory" come from the Latin words "dexter" meaning "right" and "lævus" meaning...

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Yes, a vector which has zero magnitude is also a vector in case of two vectors travelling in opposite directions with equal magnitudes. At this case, the resultant vector has zero magnitude but it is still a vector. We call it a null vector.

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