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Themed collection Halogen Bonding in Supramolecular and Solid State Chemistry

29 items
Front/Back Matter

Poster List

Front/Back Matter

List of participants

Open Access Paper

Halogen bonding, chalcogen bonding, pnictogen bonding, tetrel bonding: origins, current status and discussion

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Toward a reverse hierarchy of halogen bonding between bromine and iodine

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Halogen bonds and σ-holes

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Competition and selectivity in supramolecular synthesis: structural landscape around 1-(pyridylmethyl)-2,2′-biimidazoles

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Exploring the construction of multicompartmental micelles by halogen bonding of complementary macromolecules

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Using one halogen bond to change the nature of a second bond in ternary complexes with P⋯Cl and F⋯Cl halogen bonds

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Halogen effects on the solid-state packing of phenylalanine derivatives and the resultant gelation properties

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Comparison of halogen bonding networks with Ru(II) complexes and analysis of the influence of the XB interactions on their reactivity

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Assembly and dichroism of a four-component halogen-bonded metal–organic cocrystal salt solvate involving dicyanoaurate(I) acceptors

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Do halogen bonds dictate the packing preferences in solid solutions?

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Probing covalency in halogen bonds through donor K-edge X-ray absorption spectroscopy: polyhalides as coordination complexes

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Photoresponsive ionic liquid crystals assembled via halogen bond: en route towards light-controllable ion transporters

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Building new discrete supramolecular assemblies through the interaction of iso-tellurazole N-oxides with Lewis acids and bases

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Comparative study of non-covalent interactions between cationic N-phenylviologens and halides by electrochemistry and NMR: the halogen bonding effect

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The 15N NMR chemical shift in the characterization of weak halogen bonding in solution

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Strength, character, and directionality of halogen bonds involving cationic halogen bond donors

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Electron-transfer reactions of halogenated electrophiles: a different look into the nature of halogen bonding

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Cationic all-halogen bonding rotaxanes for halide anion recognition

From the themed collection: In celebration of Paul Beer’s 60th Birthday
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Prospects for 207Pb solid-state NMR studies of lead tetrel bonds

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The anomalous halogen bonding interactions between chlorine and bromine with water in clathrate hydrates

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Comparison of halide receptors based on H, halogen, chalcogen, pnicogen, and tetrel bonds

Open Access Paper

Intermolecular interactions in molecular crystals: what’s in a name?

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Close contacts and noncovalent interactions in crystals

Discussion

Beyond the halogen bond: general discussion

Discussion

Solid-state chemistry and applications: general discussion

Discussion

The halogen bond in solution: general discussion

Discussion

Computational approaches and sigma-hole interactions: general discussion

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About this collection

We are delighted to share with you a selection of the papers which will be presented at our Faraday Discussion on Halogen Bonding in Supramolecular and Solid State Chemistry taking place in Ottawa, Canada in July 2017. More information about the event may be found here: http://rsc.li/bonding-fd2017Additional articles will be added to the collection as they are published. The final versions of all the articles presented and a record of the live discussions will be published after the event.
                        
Halogen bonding is a topic which continues to gain increased international attention across the chemical, biochemical, and materials sciences - this non-covalent interaction receiving a formal IUPAC definition only recently. The halogen bond may be considered as a special case of sigma-hole bonding, wherein an electron donor interacts with the electrophilic region of a halogen atom. Within this broader picture, sigma-hole bonding can encompass a range of non-covalent interactions which are named after the atom bearing the electrophilic region, also known as the sigma-hole. Chalcogen bonds and pnicogen bonds have been studied both theoretically and in the solid state, for example.
Most recently, the carbon bond has received attention as a special type of tetrel bond. However, the concept of sigma-hole bonding is clearly poised to take on a broader importance to a wide range of researchers and this Faraday Discussion will unite experimentalists and theoreticians who are pushing the applicability of this broad class of interactions far beyond only the halogens.

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