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Organic Fluorine in Crystal Engineering : Consequences on Molecular and Supramolecular Organization
The thesis entitled “Organic fluorine in crystal engineering: Consequences on molecular and supramolecular organization” consists of six chapters. The main theme of the thesis is to address the role of substituted fluorine ...
Intermolecular Interactions In Molecular Crystals : Quantitative Estimates From Experimental And Theoretical Charge Densities
The thesis entitled “Intermolecular Interactions in Molecular Crystals: Quantitative Estimates from Experimental and Theoretical Charge Densities” consists of four chapters and an Appendix. Chapter 1 highlights the principles ...
Addressing Subtle Physicochemical Features Exhibited by Molecular Crystals Via Experimental and Theoretical Charge Density Analysis
The thesis entitled “Addressing subtle physicochemical features exhibited by molecular crystals via Experimental and Theoretical Charge Density Analysis” consists of five chapters. An introductory note provides a brief ...
Probing Mechanical Properties Of Molecular Crystals with Nanoindentation : Applications to Crystal Engineering
Crystal engineering is widely applied in the design of new solids with desired physical and chemical properties based on an understanding of intermolecular interactions in terms of crystal packing. The understanding of ...
Disorder, Polymorphism And Co-Crystal Formation In Molecular Crystals : An In-Depth Study In Terms Of Weak Intra- And Intermolecular Interactions
Three distinct aspects, disorder, polymorphism and co-crystal formation have been addressed in molecular crystals in terms of intra- and intermolecular interactions involving halogens, weak hydrogen bonds and van der Waals ...
Crystal Engineering : From Molecule To Crystal Structure Landscape
Crystal engineering underlies the essence of natural affiliation between the molecule on the one side and the crystal as a supramolecular assembly on the other. Molecular recognition is the fundamental cause for this ...