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Third Generation Crystal Engineering : Supramolecular Synthons, IR Spectroscopy and Property Design
Crystal engineering is defined as “the understanding of intermolecular interactions in the context of crystal packing and in the utilisation of such understanding in the design of new solids with desired physical and ...
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 ...
Building Upon Supramolecular Synthons : Some Aspects of Crystal Engineering
Crystal engineering offers a rational way of analyzing crystal structures and designing new structures with properties. The supramolecular synthon concept was introduced in 1995 and has shown versatility and utility in the ...
Phase Behaviour in Crystalline Solids : Exploring the Structure Guiding Factors Via Polymorphism, Phase Transitions and Charge Density Studies
The thesis entitled "Phase Behaviour in Crystalline Solids: Exploring the Structure Guiding Factors via Polymorphism, Phase Transitions and Charge Density Studies" consists of five chapters divided into two parts. A basic ...
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 ...