The Crystalline States of Organic Compounds

The Crystalline States of Organic Compounds provides a concise, objective survey of how molecular crystals are theoretically described, modelled, and applied, covering both foundational and fast-growing areas ranging from chemical bonding and crystallographic database use, to polymorphism, co-crystallization, crystal structure prediction and molecular dynamics simulation. Part 1 introduces the key information needed to understand the formation, structure and properties of crystals in organic compounds, beginning with a guide to electron densities and chemical bonding, intermolecular bonds, and multi-molecular asymmetric units. Chapters go on to discuss organic crystal potentials, crystal polymorphism and organic crystal nucleation, before Part 2 goes on to explore methods and approaches in more detail. X-ray analysis of crystals, crystal structure prediction from molecular structure, dynamic simulation of aggregate chemical systems and nonconventional techniques are all discussed in detail. Drawing on the extensive experience of its expert author, The Crystalline States of Organic Compounds provides an authoritative insight to the key knowledge, methods and future directions in the field for researchers interested in crystal chemistry across academia and industry. Distills key theoretical information and practical methods in a single resource Describes effective use of such tools as X-ray analysis, dynamic simulations, and databases Provides additional clarity through a high number of carefully-selected visuals, multimedia elements and a crystallography tutorial

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  • Author : Angelo Gavezzotti
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 290 pages
  • ISBN : 9780128237472
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The Crystalline States of Organic Compounds

The Crystalline States of Organic Compounds
  • Author : Angelo Gavezzotti
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 15 June 2021
GET THIS BOOKThe Crystalline States of Organic Compounds

The Crystalline States of Organic Compounds provides a concise, objective survey of how molecular crystals are theoretically described, modelled, and applied, covering both foundational and fast-growing areas ranging from chemical bonding and crystallographic database use, to polymorphism, co-crystallization, crystal structure prediction and molecular dynamics simulation. Part 1 introduces the key information needed to understand the formation, structure and properties of crystals in organic compounds, beginning with a guide to electron densities and chemical bonding, intermolecular bonds, and multi-molecular asymmetric units. Chapters

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  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 17 June 2009
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Filled with industrial examples emphasizing the practical applications of crystallization methodologies Based on the authors' hands-on experiences as process engineers at Merck, Crystallization of Organic Compounds guides readers through the practical aspects of crystallization. It uses plenty of case studies and examples of crystallization processes, ranging from development through manufacturing scale-up. The book not only emphasizes strategies that have been proven successful, it also helps readers avoid common pitfalls that can render standard procedures unsuccessful. The goal of this text

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  • Publisher : BoD – Books on Demand
  • Release : 16 August 2018
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  • Author : Masami Sakamoto,Hidehiro Uekusa
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release : 10 July 2020
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  • Publisher : Elsevier Science Limited
  • Release : 18 September 1987
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With the growing recognition that many organic reactions may be conducted easily in the solid state and that organic solids may have unique optical/electronic properties, there has been much interest - in both academia and industry - in the subject of organic solid state chemistry. This book provides, for the first time, a coherent, unified view of the subject. It describes the packing of molecular crystals and how this packing influences chemical reactions in the solid state. It is

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  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 05 September 2003
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Considering the high level of our knowledge concerning covalent bond formation in the organic chemistry of molecules, our understanding of the principles involved in organic solid design is almost in its infancy. While chemists today are able to synthesize organic molecules of very high complexity using sophisticated methods of preparation, they lack general approaches enabling them to reliably predict organic crystalline or solid structures from molecular descriptors - no matter how simple they are. On the other hand, nearly all

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  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 18 September 2021
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The knowledge of the packing behaviour of small organic compounds in crystal lattices is of great importance for industries dealing with solid state materials. The properties of materials depend on how the molecules arrange themselves in a crystalline environment. Crystal structure prediction provides a theoretical approach through the application of computational strategies to seek possible crystal packing arrangements (or polymorphs) a compound may adopt. Based on the chemical diagrams, this thesis investigates polymorphism of several small organic compounds. Plausible crystal

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  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 15 January 2010
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Organic Crystal Engineering provides reviews of topics in organic crystal engineering that will be of interest to all researchers in molecular solid-state chemistry. Specialist reviews written by internationally recognized researchers, drawn from both academia and industry, cover topics including crystal structure prediction features, polymorphism, reactions in the solid-state, designing new arrays and delineating prominent intermolecular forces for important organic molecules.

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  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 06 December 2012
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1.1 Preface Organic chemistry had its origin in chemicals which are synthesized by living cells. These chemicals consist of molecules whose skeletons are built up of carbon atoms. The remaining valences are connected with ligands such as hydrogen, halo gens, -OH,==O, -NH . Some of the skeletal carbon atoms can be replaced by non 2 metals such as oxygen, nitrogen, or sulfur {"heteroatoms"}. It is characteristic for the living world, not to be in a crystalline state. However it is possible to

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  • Publisher : Forgotten Books
  • Release : 28 June 2015
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  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 14 December 2007
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This volume collects the state of the art in molecular materials. It collects the lecture notes of a series of lectures given by some of the best specialists in the field at the 2007 Erice International School of Crystallography, and also a NATO-ASI course. The school first established "where we are" in terms of modeling, design, synthesis and applications of crystalline solids with predefined properties and then defined current and possible futuristic lines of development.