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Innovation in crystal engineering

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Advances in the chemistry of metal–organic frameworks

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Crystal engineering, solid state spectroscopy and time-resolved diffraction

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Ten years of experience in polymorph prediction: what next?

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Crystal engineering – nucleation, the key step

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Crystal engineering for molecular dynamics

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Coordination networks from the self-assembly of silver salts and the linear chain dinitriles NC(CH2)nCN (n = 2 to 7): a systematic investigation of the role of counterions and of the increasing length of the spacers

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Metal–metal and ligandligand interactions in gold poly-yne systems

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Alignment of radicals into chains by a Markov mechanism for polarity formation

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Molecular tectonics and supramolecular chirality: rational design of hybrid 1-D and 2-D H-bonded molecular networks based on bis-amidinium dication and metal cyanide anions

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The flexibility of molecular components as a suitable tool in designing extended magnetic systems

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Anion exchange in co-ordination polymers: a solid-state or a solvent-mediated process?

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Supramolecular assembly of low-dimensional silver(I) architectures: testing the reliability of the self-complementary oxime⋯oxime hydrogen-bond interaction

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Differences in the formation of pair-wise couplings in supramolecular synthons of the type O–H⋯N/C–H⋯O and N–H⋯N/C–H⋯O

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An engineered N–H⋯π interaction: crystal structure of 4-tritylbenzamide–p-xylene (2∶1)

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The H⋯H interaction in the solid state structure of HMn(CO)5

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Crystal structure elucidation and morphology study of pharmaceuticals in development

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A study of the known and hypothetical crystal structures of pyridine: why are there four molecules in the asymmetric unit cell?

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Ionic or covalent? Can some first hints be derived from the solid state structures of alkaline earth metal halide adducts?

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On the existence of long C–C bonds between pairs of anions which repel: when and why? A test case on the [TCNE]22− dimers found in ionic crystals

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Recent advances in opportunities for solving molecular crystal structures directly from powder diffraction data: new insights in crystal engineering contexts

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Use of the Ni(dithiooxalate)22− unit as a molecular tecton in crystal engineering

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Amino nitrogen and carbonyl oxygen in competitive situations: which is the best hydrogen-bond acceptor site?

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Fingerprinting intermolecular interactions in molecular crystals

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Pillared clay mimics from dicarboxylic acids and flexible diamines

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Why do polymorphs form? A single crystal phase transformation from weak dipolar interactions to a sixfold phenyl embrace

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Supramolecular porphyrin-based materials. Assembly modes of [5,10,15,20-tetrakis(4-hydroxyphenyl)porphyrinato]zinc with bipyridyl ligands

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Oriented crystallization of calcite single crystals grown underneath monolayers of tetracarboxyresorc[4]arenes

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Two concomitant polymorphs and two isomorphous forms with different chemical compositions, which transform into the same substance upon thermal treatment

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A co-crystal containing Kemp's tri-acid and acetic acid: a 0D aggregate disrupts a thermodynamically preferred 1D rod motif

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Fluorine segregation in the solid state organisation of the 1∶2 mixed-valence salt of bis(2,2-difluoropropylenedithio)tetrathiafulvalene with the isosteric nickel dithiolene complex

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Discrete and infinite coordination arrays derived from a template-directed, solid-state, organic synthesis

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Calculations of optical properties of the tetraphenyl-X family of isomorphous crystals (X = C, Si, Ge, Sn, Pb)

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Exploiting structure/property relationships in organic non-linear optical materials: developing strategies to realize the potential of TCNQ derivatives

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Designing neutral coordination networks with the aid of hydrogen bond mimicry using silver(I) carboxylates

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Building cyclotriveratrylene host molecules into network structures

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Papers from the first CrystEngComm Discussion Meeting, held from the 29th June - 1st July 2002

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