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  1. Making crystals with a purpose; a journey in crystal engineering at the University of Bologna
  2. Crystal forms of the hydrogen oxalate salt of o-desmethylvenlafaxine†
  3. International Year of Crystallography Celebration: Europe and South Africa
  4. The influence of hydrogen bonding on the planar arrangement of melamine in crystal structures of its solvates, cocrystals and salts
  5. Mechanochemical preparation of copper iodide clusters of interest for luminescent devices
  6. Phosphorescence quantum yield enhanced by intermolecular hydrogen bonds in Cu4I4 clusters in the solid state
  7. Crystal form selectivity by humidity control: the case of the ionic co-crystals of nicotinamide and CaCl2
  8. Multi-Level Determinants of Parasitic Fly Infection in Forest Passerines
  9. Mechanochemical preparation of co-crystals
  10. A quest for supramolecular gelators: silver(i) complexes with quinoline-urea derivatives
  11. Novel pharmaceutical compositions through co-crystallization of racetams and Li+ salts
  12. From 3D channelled frameworks to 2D layered structures in molecular salts ofl-serine anddl-serine with oxalic acid
  13. ChemInform Abstract: Mechanical Preparation of Crystalline Materials. An Oxymoron?
  14. Polymorphic Ammonium Salts of the Antibiotic 4-Aminosalicylic Acid
  15. Mechanical Preparation of Crystalline Materials. An Oxymoron?
  16. Crystal Engineering. A Textbook. Von Gautam R. Desiraju, Jagadese J. Vittal und Arunachalam Ramanan.
  17. Crystal Engineering. A Textbook. By Gautam R. Desiraju, Jagadese J. Vittal and Arunachalam Ramanan.
  18. Shape Takes the Lead: Templating Organic 3D-Frameworks around Organometallic Sandwich Compounds
  19. Combining piracetam and lithium salts: ionic co-crystals and co-drugs?
  20. Structure determination of novel ionic co-crystals from powder data: the use of rigid fragments in simulated annealing algorithms
  21. The structure–property relationship of four crystal forms of rifaximin
  22. ChemInform Abstract: Dealing with Crystal Forms (The Kingdom of Serendip?).
  23. ChemInform Abstract: Crystal to Crystal Transformations and Polymorphism in Anionic Hydrogen Bonding Networks Stabilized by Crown Ether Metal Complexes
  24. Dealing with Crystal Forms (The Kingdom of Serendip?)
  25. Polymorphs from supramolecular gels: four crystal forms of the same silver(i) supergelator crystallized directly from its gels
  26. Crystal to crystal transformations and polymorphism in anionic hydrogen bonding networks stabilized by crown ether metal complexes
  27. Supramolecular metathesis: co-former exchange in co-crystals of pyrazine with (R,R)-, (S,S)-, (R,S)- and (S,S/R,R)-tartaric acid
  28. ChemInform Abstract: The Growing World of Crystal Forms
  29. Solvent-free preparation of co-crystals of phenazine and acridine with vanillin
  30. ChemInform Abstract: Organometallic Crystal Engineering: Prospects for a Systematic Design
  31. ChemInform Abstract: Zirconocene Catalysts: Ion-Pairs, Zwitterions, or Weakly Bound Molecules?
  32. ChemInform Abstract: Static and Dynamic Structures of Organometallic Molecules and Crystals
  33. ChemInform Abstract: Transition Metal Clusters - The Relationship Between Molecular and Crystal Structure
  34. The growing world of crystal forms
  35. Mechanochemical preparation of adducts (co-crystals and molecular salts) of 1,4-diazabicyclo-[2.2.2]-octane with aromatic polycarboxylic acids
  36. Remarkable reversal of melting point alternation by co-crystallization
  37. Crystal Forms of the Antibiotic 4-Aminosalicylic Acid: Solvates and Molecular Salts with Dioxane, Morpholine, and Piperazine
  38. Hetero-Seeding and Solid Mixture to Obtain New Crystalline Forms
  39. Crystal Polymorphism and Multiple Crystal Forms
  40. Crystal Polymorphism and Multiple Crystal Forms
  41. [Yb(C2O4)4]5−– a versatile metal–organic building block for layered coordination polymers
  42. Caesium 18-crown[6] complexes with aromatic polycarboxylate anions: preparation, solid-state characterization and thermal behaviour
  43. Drug-containing coordination and hydrogen bonding networks obtained mechanochemically
  44. Crystal Engineering with Ferrocene Compounds
  45. Engineering of Crystalline Materials Properties
  46. Simple and quantitative mechanochemical preparation of the first zinc and copper complexes of the neuroleptic drug gabapentin
  47. The crystal structures of chloro and methyl ortho-benzoic acids and their co-crystal: rationalizing similarities and differences
  48. Mechanochemical assembly of hybrid organic–organometallic materials. Solid–solid reactions of 1,1′-di-pyridyl-ferrocene with organic acids
  49. Remarkable structural similarities between organic co-crystals and a metal–organic coordination network—insights into hydrogen bonded aliphatic ammonium chlorides
  50. Cis−TransIsomerization in Crystalline [(η5-C5H5)Fe(μ-CO)(CO)]2
  51. Polymorphism in Crystalline Cinchomeronic Acid
  52. Solid–gas reactions between 1,3-dimethylbarbituric acid and amines. A structural and spectroscopic study
  53. Solvent effect in a “solvent free” reaction
  54. Reversible solid-state reaction between 18-Crown[6] and M[H2PO4](M = K, Rb, Cs) and an investigation of the decomplexation process
  55. Making Crystals by Design
  56. Applications of Crystal Engineering Strategies in Solvent-free Reactions: Toward a Supramolecular Green Chemistry
  57. Mechanochemical Preparation of Molecular and Supramolecular Organometallic Materials and Coordination Networks
  58. Mechanochemical preparation of molecular and supramolecular organometallic materials and coordination networks
  59. Gas–solid reactions between the different polymorphic modifications of barbituric acid and amines
  60. Solid-state preparation of hybrid organometallic–organic macrocyclic adducts with long chain dicarboxylic acids
  61. Ferrocenyl-Based π-Conjugated Complexes:  Modulation of Electronic Properties by Symmetric/Asymmetric Cyclopentadienyl Substitution
  62. Hydrogen Bonding Interactions Between Ions: A Powerful Tool in Molecular Crystal Engineering
  63. Mechanochemical and solution reactions between AgCH3COO and [H2NC6H10NH2] yield three isomers of the coordination network {Ag[H2NC6H10NH2]+}∞
  64. Making crystals from crystals: a green route to crystal engineering and polymorphism
  65. New trends in crystal engineering
  66. Unprecedented mechanochemical preparation of 18Crown[6] and 15Crown[5] adducts of ammonium hydrogen sulfate by grinding or kneading
  67. Polymorphism, Crystal Transformations and Gas—Solid Reactions
  68. Hydrogen Bonding Interactions Between Ions: A Powerful Tool in Molecular Crystal Engineering
  69. Reactions Between or Within Molecular Crystals
  70. Reaktionen zwischen und in Molekülkristallen
  71. Reactions Between or Within Molecular Crystals
  72. Supramolecular Complexation of Alkali Cations through Mechanochemical Reactions between Crystalline Solids
  73. Mechanically Induced Expeditious and Selective Preparation of Disubstituted Pyridine/Pyrimidine Ferrocenyl Complexes
  74. From Amorphous to Crystalline by Design: Bio-Inspired Fabrication of Large Micropatterned Single Crystals
  75. Mechanochemical and solution preparation of the coordination polymers Ag[N(CH2CH2)3N]2[CH3COO]·5H2O and Zn[N(CH2CH2)3N]Cl2
  76. Crystal synthesis of hybrid organometallic–inorganic hydrogen bonded salts of acid oxoanions
  77. Solid-state versus solution preparation of two crystal forms of [HN(CH2CH2)3NH][OOC(CH2)COOH]2. Polymorphs or hydrogen bond isomers?
  78. Biologisch“inspiriertes” Design von mikrostrukturierten Einkristallen
  79. From Amorphous to Crystalline by Design: Bio-Inspired Fabrication of Large Micropatterned Single Crystals
  80. Assembly of Hybrid Organic–Organometallic Materials through Mechanochemical Acid–Base Reactions
  81. Cover Picture: Assembly of Hybrid Organic–Organometallic Materials through Mechanochemical Acid–Base Reactions (Chem. Eur. J. 18/2003)
  82. Crystal Engineering
  83. Polymorphism, Crystal Transformations and Gas-Solid Reactions
  84. Crystal engineering, Where from? Where to?
  85. Isolation of C–H⋯C(π) complexes from the reaction of stable carbenes with hydrocarbons
  86. Mechanistic studies of heterophase protonation and deprotonation reactions of solid [CoIII(η5–C5H4COOH)(η5–C5H4COO)] using supermicroscopy
  87. Reversible gas–solid reactions between the organometallic zwitterion [CoIII(η5-C5H4COOH)(η5-C5H4COO)] and vapours of difluoro- and chloro-acetic acids
  88. Mechanochemical assembly of hydrogen bonded organic-organometallic solid compounds
  89. The hydrogen oxalate anion allows one-dimensional columnar aggregation of organometallic sandwich cations
  90. Croconic Acid and Alkali Metal Croconate Salts: Some New Insights into an Old Story
  91. Unexpected solid–solid reaction upon preparation of KBr pellets and its exploitation in supramolecular cation complexation
  92. Supramolecular gas–solid reaction between formic acid vapours and solid [CoIII(η5-C5H4COOH)(η5-C5H4COO)]
  93. Innovation in crystal engineering                    
  94. Crystal Engineering from Weakness to Strength — an Overview
  95. ChemInform Abstract: Design of Organometallic Molecular and Ionic Materials
  96. Book Review: Crystal Engineering: From Molecules and Crystals to Materials. Edited by Dario Braga, Fabrizia Grepiani and A. G. Orpen.
  97. Book Review: Crystal Engineering: From Molecules and Crystals to Materials. Edited by Dario Braga, Fabrizia Grepiani and A. G. Orpen.
  98. On the charge delocalisation in partially deprotonated polycarboxylic acid anions and zwitterions forming (−)O–H···O(−) interactions in the solid state
  99. Two concomitant polymorphs that interconvert via crystal-to-crystal phase transitions, and single crystals obtained by heteromolecular seeding
  100. Crystallization from hydrochloric acid affords the solid-state structure of croconic acid (175 years after its discovery) and a novel hydrogen-bonded network
  101. Hydrogen bonding competition between the polyprotic acid cation [(η5-C5H4COOH)2Co]+ and the polyprotic acid anion [H2PO4]−
  102. A remarkable water-soluble (molecular) alloy with two tuneable solid-to-solid phase transitions
  103. ChemInform Abstract: Intermolecular Interactions in Nonorganic Crystal Engineering
  104. Interanionic(−)O−H⋅⋅⋅O(−) Interactions: A Solid-State and Computational Study of the Ring and Chain Motifs
  105. Interanionic ()O−H⋅⋅⋅O() Interactions: A Solid-State and Computational Study of the Ring and Chain Motifs
  106. Cover Picture
  107. Cover Picture
  108. ChemInform Abstract: Organometallic Polymorphism and Phase Transitions
  109. ChemInform Abstract: New Hydrogen Bond Donor and Acceptor Groups in Organometallic Solids
  110. Intermolecular Interactions in Nonorganic Crystal Engineering
  111. Zirconocene Catalysts: Ion-pairs, Zwitterions, or Weakly Bound Molecules?
  112. Organometallic crystals engineering
  113. Inorganic crystal engineering: a personal perspective
  114. Organometallic polymorphism and phase transitions
  115. Making and converting organometallic pseudo-polymorphs via non-solution methods †
  116. Supramolecular co-ordination networks constructed via pi-stacking interactions and charge-assisted hydrogen bonds
  117. Grinding of an organometallic crystalline material leads to quantitative formation of a hydrated polymorph
  118. Electrostatic compression on non-covalent interactions: the case of π stacks involving ions
  119. Complementary hydrogen bonds and ionic interactions give access to the engineering of organometallic crystals
  120. Phthalic acid, a versatile building block in organic-organometallic crystal engineering
  121. Seeds obtained from a hydrated polymorph permit crystallisation of an elusive anhydrous organometallic zwitterion
  122. Crystal Engineering: From Molecules and Crystals to Materials
  123. Crystal Engineering: From Molecules and Crystals to Materials
  124. Supramolecular Organization in Organometallic Crystals
  125. Static and Dynamic Structures of Organometallic Molecules and Crystals
  126. Crystal Engineering of Organometallic Compounds through Cooperative Strong and Weak Hydrogen Bonds: A Simple Route to Mixed-Metal Systems
  127. Crystal Engineering of Organometallic Compounds through Cooperative Strong and Weak Hydrogen Bonds: A Simple Route to Mixed-Metal Systems
  128. Kristall-Engineering metallorganischer Verbindungen via kooperative starke und schwache Wasserstoffbrückenbindungen – ein einfacher Weg zu Systemen aus unterschiedlichen Metallen
  129. Crystal Engineering and Organometallic Architecture
  130. X−H---π (X = O, N, C) Hydrogen Bonds in Organometallic Crystals
  131. Structural and Theoretical Analysis of M−H- - -H−M and M−H- - -H−C Intermolecular Interactions
  132. Crystalline dihydrogen complexes. Intramolecular and intermolecular interactions and dynamic behavior
  133. Tetracobalt Complexes with Co3 Face-Capping Cycloheptatrienyl and Cyclooctatetraene Ligands
  134. Tetracobalt Complexes with Co3 Face-Capping Cycloheptatrienyl and Cyclooctatetraene Ligands
  135. Crystal Forms of Hexafluorophosphate Organometallic Salts and the Importance of Charge-Assisted C−H---F Hydrogen Bonds
  136. Inter-anion O–H−···O− hydrogen bond like interactions: the breakdown of the strength–length analogy
  137. How to make weak hydrogen bonds less weak
  138. Hydrogen bonding in organometallic crystals — a survey
  139. From Alkynols to Alkynol Complexes. A Molecular Assembly Study
  140. Hydrogen Bonding in Organometallic Crystals. 6. † X−H---M Hydrogen Bonds and M---(H−X) Pseudo-Agostic Bonds
  141. Generation of Organometallic Crystal Architectures
  142. Hydrogen-Bonding Interactions with the CO Ligand in the Solid State
  143. Moulding a honeycomb framework around [Co(η5-C5H5)2]+ via charge-assisted C–H···O hydrogen bonds
  144. Intermolecular interactions and supramolecular organization in organometallic solids
  145. Agostic interactions in organometallic compounds. A Cambridge Structural Database study
  146. The cluster–surface analogy: the interaction of norbornene and norbornadiene with low-nuclearity ruthenium carbonyl clusters
  147. Transition metal clusters
  148. OH−O and CH−O Hydrogen Bonding in Hydrated Crystals of Paramagnetic [(η 6 -C 6 H 6 ) 2 Cr] +
  149. From Order to Disorder and Return:  Remarkable Molecular and Crystal Dynamics in Solid [(C 5 H 5 ) 2 Co][PF 6 ]
  150. Synthesis and Molecular Structure of Tetraruthenium Cluster Isomers with Different Electron Counts
  151. Hydrogen Bonding in Organometallic Crystals. 3. 1 Transition-Metal Complexes Containing Amido Groups
  152. Hydrogen Bonding in Organometallic Crystals. 4. † M−H- - -O Hydrogen-Bonding Interactions
  153. Portal hypertension and iron depletion in patients with genetic hemochromatosis
  154. The synthesis, molecular structure and crystal organization of HRu5C(CO)13(η5−C5H5)
  155. Crystal construction and molecular recognition for [Cr(CO)6]
  156. Hosting paramagnetic [Cr(C6H6)2]+ in an organic anion framework via CH ? O hydrogen bonds
  157. Molecular structure and crystal structure generation for [Fe3(CO)12]
  158. Dynamic disorder in [Fe2Os(CO)12]. Structural evidence of the metal triangle rotation
  159. Crystal structures of salts of transition-metal halide clusters
  160. Reforming Italy's academic appointments system
  161. Phosphine Derivatives of (.mu.-.eta.2-Methylidyne)(.mu.-hydrido)dodecacarbonyltetrairon
  162. Arene Clusters
  163. Ni(CO)4 and Fe(CO)5. A Study of Molecular Recognition and Crystal Construction
  164. Hydrogen Bonding in Organometallic Crystals. 1. From Carboxylic Acids and Alcohols to Carbonyl Complexes
  165. Intramolecular and Intermolecular Bonding in Benzene Cluster Isomers
  166. From molecule to molecular aggregation: clusters and crystals of clusters
  167. Cyclohexadiene and benzene derivatives of [Ru5C(CO)15]
  168. Sequential synthesis of some tetraosmium–arene clusters
  169. Effect of temperature on the solid-state molecular structure of [Fe3(CO)12]
  170. On the molecular structure of [Fe3(CO)12] in the solid state
  171. Crystal structure and intramolecular dynamics of [Ir3Rh(CO)8(η4-cycloocta-1,5-diene)2]
  172. Molecular salts of high nuclearity cluster anions: cation control on the crystal structure
  173. Cation control on the crystal organization of hexanuclear carbonyl cluster anions
  174. Nickel carbonyl [Ni(CO)4] and iron carbonyl [Fe(CO)5]: molecular structures in the solid state
  175. Isomers in the ‘merry-go-round’ process. Molecular versus crystal structure
  176. Hexanuclear arene clusters of ruthenium
  177. Molecular and crystal structures of ruthenium and osmium arene clusters
  178. Synthesis and structural characterization of [HOs3(CO)9(OEt)(R2C2)] (R  Me or Ph)
  179. The coordination of benzene in clusters: The face-capping mode
  180. Reorientational motions of permethylated cyclopentadienyl rings in polycrystalline organometallic compounds
  181. Dynamical processes in crystalline organometallic complexes
  182. Cation-anion interplay and crystal construction in organometallic salts of large cluster anions
  183. Crystal construction and molecular interplay in solid ferrocene, nickelocene, and ruthenocene
  184. Synthesis and molecular structures of new silylalkyne triosmium clusters
  185. Synthesis and structural characterisation of heptaosmium alkyne clusters
  186. Trinuclear benzene clusters of ruthenium and osmium
  187. Dynamic processes in the solid state. Diene flip and ring reorientation in crystalline zirconocene complexes
  188. Effect of molecular shapes on crystal building and dynamic behavior in the solid state: from crystalline arenes to crystalline metal arene complexes
  189. Zweikernige Cyanalkyliden-Eisenkomplexe
  190. Dinuclear Cyanoalkylidene Complexes of Iron
  191. Molecular self-recognition and crystal building in transition-metal carbonyl clusters: the cases of ruthenium and iron carbonyls (Ru3(CO)12 and Fe3(CO)12)
  192. Metal-Metal bonds and clusters in chemistry and catalysis
  193. Heptanuclear clusters of osmium: crystal structure of [Os7(CO)20P(OMe)3]
  194. A ligand-ligand interaction model for the structures of transition metal clusters
  195. Crystal structure and dynamic behaviour of Ir4(CO)7(μ-CO)3[μ-Ph2P(CH2)4PPh2]
  196. Mechanistic Features of Carbonyl Cluster Rearrangement
  197. On the factors controlling the crystal packing of first-row transition-metal binary carbonyls
  198. Notes. Dynamic processes in the solid state. X-Ray structural characterization and dynamic behaviour of [Mo(C6H5Me)(CO)3]
  199. Dynamic behaviour of some metal carbonyl clusters in the solid state
  200. Reorientational processes in solid (C6H6)2Cr, (C6H6)Cr(CO)3 and (C6H5Me)Cr(CO)3
  201. Synthesis and crystal structure of HOs3(CO)9(CCSiMe3)
  202. Os3(CO)9(μ3-AsC6H4CH3)(μ3-C6H3CH3) synthesis and crystal structure
  203. Molecular reorientation in crystals of neutral metal carbonyl clusters: A potential energy approach
  204. Bis(arene)vanadium anions: a new class of organovanadium complexes. X-ray structural characterization of solvated K[(.eta.6-1,3,5-C6H3Me3)2V]
  205. The question of timescale associated with the determination of molecular structures
  206. Treatment of light atoms in X-ray structural studies on metal carbonyl clusters: a critical view
  207. Relationship between CO fluxionality of carbonyl clusters in solution and thermal motion in the solid state
  208. A reversible metal framework rearrangement assisted by coordinated iodide. X-ray structure analysis of [(Ph3P)2N][H2Os4(CO)12(I)]
  209. Carbide cluster chemistry in the cobalt sub-group
  210. The synthesis and X-ray analysis of HOs8(CO)22I
  211. Carbide clusters in the cobalt subgroup
  212. Letters
  213. Graphite lamellar compounds. Structure of transition-metal intercalates
  214. Graphite lamellar compounds. A new route to transition metal intercalates
  215. Crystal Polymorphism: Challenges at the Crossroads of Science and Technology
  216. Transition Metal Clusters—The Relationship between Molecular and Crystal Structure
  217. Nanoporous Crystals, Co-Crystals, Isomers and Polymorphs from Crystals