“In response to user requests, a Standard InChI (i.e. without options for properties such as tautomerism and stereoconfiguration) has been defined as follows:”What does it mean that it does not have the tautomerism and stereoconfiguration options? I guess that the mobile-hydrogen layer is not present, but does it also mean that it cannot define the absolute stereochemistry of a molecule??
I’m not sure, but I think InchiK include the stereochemistry in the second part of the code. So, I can supose that, if the InchiK includes the stereochemistry, it should be includen in the Inchi.