Understanding Intermolecular Interactions in the Solid State: Approaches and Techniques
Integrating Computed Crystal Energy Landscapes in Crystal Form Discovery and Characterisation
High Pressure Crystallography: Elucidating the Role of Intermolecular Interactions in Crystals of Organic and Coordination Compounds
Intermolecular Interactions in
In situ Cryocrystallized Compounds
Charge Density Studies and Topological Analysis of Hydrogen Bonds in Proteins
Towards a Generalized Database of Atomic Polarizabilities
Solid-state NMR in the Study of Intermolecular Interactions
Quantitative Analysis of Weak Non-covalent σ-Hole and π-Hole Interactions
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About this book
Technological and computational advances in the past decade have meant a vast increase in the study of crystalline matter in both organic, inorganic and organometallic molecules. These studies revealed information about the conformation of molecules and their coordination geometry as well as the role of intermolecular interactions in molecular packing especially in the presence of different intermolecular interactions in solids. This resulting knowledge plays a significant role in the design of improved medicinal, mechanical, and electronic properties of single and multi-component solids in their crystalline state.
Understanding Intermolecular Interactions in the Solid State explores the different techniques used to investigate the interactions, including hydrogen and halogen bonds, lone pair–pi, and pi–pi interactions, and their role in crystal formation.
From experimental to computational approaches, the book covers the latest techniques in crystallography, ranging from high pressure and in situ crystallization to crystal structure prediction and charge density analysis. Thus this book provides a strong introductory platform to those new to this field and an overview for those already working in the area. A useful resource for higher level undergraduates, postgraduates and researchers across crystal engineering, crystallography, physical chemistry, solid-state chemistry, supramolecular chemistry and materials science.