All Stories

  1. Intermolecular atom–atom bonds in crystals?
  2. Happy 90th Birthday: Professor Dr.Jack David DunitzFRS, the ‘Professor's Professor’
  3. La Primavera
  4. dl-Ribose Crystal Structures: the GlassCrystal Transformation
  5. “I was always interested in literature, and therefore in clear expression.” Interview with Prof. Jack D. Dunitz
  6. Crystal structure of a double helicene, diphenanthro[4,3-a; 3′, 4′-o] Picene
  7. Die Kristallstruktur von D-Ribose - endlich!
  8. The Search for Tricyanomethane (Cyanoform)
  9. ChemInform Abstract: How Molecules Stick Together in Organic Crystals: Weak Intermolecular Interactions
  10. How molecules stick together in organic crystals: weak intermolecular interactions
  11. Is Deuterium Always Smaller than Protium?
  12. Is Deuterium Always Smaller than Protium?
  13. Molecular Cohesion and the Structure of Organic Crystals
  14. Alloxan: Is it really a problem structure?
  15. Vladimir Prelog
  16. Edgar Heilbronner (1921–2006)
  17. Edgar Heilbronner (1921–2006)
  18. Molecular Pair Analysis: CH⋅⋅⋅F Interactions in the Crystal Structure of Fluorobenzene? And Related Matters
  20. Electron Distributions and the Chemical Bond. Herausgegeben von P. Coppens und M. B. Hall. Plenum Press, New York 1982. IX, 479 S., geb. $ 55.00
  21. Molecular Recognition in Organic Crystals: Directed Intermolecular Bonds or Nonlocalized Bonding?
  22. Molekulare Erkennung in organischen Kristallen: gerichtete intermolekulare oder nichtlokalisierte Bindungen?
  23. Molecular Recognition in Organic Crystals: Directed Intermolecular Bonds or Nonlocalized Bonding?
  24. Organic Fluorine: Odd Man Out
  25. Organic Fluorine: Odd Man Out
  26. Molecular Shape and Intermolecular Liaison: Hydrocarbons and Fluorocarbons
  27. Jack Dunitz: In Appreciation
  29. Are crystal structures predictable?
  30. Crystal and co-crystal: a second opinion
  31. Electrostatic Energies in the 1,4-Dichlorobenzene Polymorph Crystals: the Role of Charge Density Overlap Effects in Crystal Packing Analysis
  32. Buchbesprechung: Understanding Chemistry. Von C. N. R. Rao
  33. Book Review: Understanding Chemistry. By C. N. R. Rao
  34. Paulings linksgängige α-Helix
  35. Pauling's Left-Handed α-Helix
  36. Pauling's Left-Handed α-Helix
  37. Solid-State Behaviour of the Dichlorobenzenes: Actual, Semi-Virtual and Virtual Crystallography
  38. Crystal Structure of Potassium Croconate Dihydrate, after 175 Years
  39. Crystal Structure of Potassium Croconate Dihydrate, after 175 Years
  40. ChemInform Abstract: Molecular Shape and Crystal Packing: A Study of C12H12 Isomers, Real and Imaginary.
  41. ChemInform Abstract: A Statistical Study of Density and Packing Variations Among Crystalline Isomers.
  42. Molecular Shape and Crystal Packing: a Study of C12H12 Isomers, Real and Imaginary
  43. A Statistical Study of Density and Packing Variations among Crystalline Isomers
  44. The Even/Odd Disparity in Organic Compounds
  45. Attractions and Repulsions in Molecular Crystals:  What Can Be Learned from the Crystal Structures of Condensed Ring Aromatic Hydrocarbons?
  46. A curiously short carbon–carbon double bond?
  47. Weak Interactions in Molecular Crystals
  48. Into the New Millennium: The Present and Future of Crystal Structure Analysis
  49. Verner Schomaker
  50. A Supramolecular Three-Dimensional Hydrogen-Bonded Network with Potential Application in Crystal Engineering Paradigms
  51. A Supramolecular Three-Dimensional Hydrogen-Bonded Network with Potential Application in Crystal Engineering Paradigms
  52. Even odder carbons
  53. Organic Fluorine Hardly Ever Accepts Hydrogen Bonds
  54. Even–odd carbon atom disparity
  55. A New Textual Analysis of thePrelogErlkönig Legend: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Scientific History and Literary Criticism
  56. Win some, lose some: enthalpy-entropy compensation in weak intermolecular interactions
  57. Scientific research—panacea or Pandora's Box
  58. X-Ray Analysis and the Structure of Organic Molecules
  59. Disappearing Polymorphs
  60. Reflections on Symmetry in Chemistry...And Elsewhere (Heilbronner, Edgar; Dunitz, Jack D.)
  61. Towards a Grammar of Crystal Packing
  62. On the Prevalence of polar and Chiral Space Groups
  63. Structure Correlation
  64. Molecular Structure and Coordinate Systems
  65. Symmetry Aspects of Structure Correlation
  66. Structural chemistry inHelvetica Chimica Acta, 1917-1992
  67. Memofix: Chernie und chemietechnik. ByManuel Jukubith, VCH, Weinheim 1992, XIX, 304 pp., ringbound, DM 58, ISBN 3-527-28396-X
  68. Letter to the editors
  69. Stereoelectronic Aspects of the Anomeric Effect in Fluoromethylamine
  70. Calculated Reaction Paths for a Solid-state Reaction: Racemization of Chiral Crystalline Cobaloxime Complexes by Exposure to X-Rays
  71. How good are quartic functions to describe double-minimum energy profiles? Nitrogen inversion as example
  72. An Eclipsed C(sp3)-CH3 Bond in a Crystalline Hydrated Tricyclic Orthoamide: Evidence for C?H?O hydrogen bonds
  73. Medium‐Ring Compounds 30. cis ‐1,6‐Cyclodecanediol: Molecular Compounds with the trans Isomer and with Itself
  74. Atombewegungen in Molekülkristallen aus Beugungsmessungen
  75. Book Review: Molecular Crystals and Organic Solids: Molecular Crystals. By J. D. Wright
  76. Book Review: Organic Solid State Chemistry. Edited by G. R. Desiraju
  77. Atomic Motions in Molecular Crystals from Diffraction Measurements
  78. The Interpretation of Atomic Displacement Parameters
  79. Equilibrium Structure, Stabilized Transition State, or Disorder in the Crystal? Studies of the Antiaromatic Systems Tetra-tert-butyl-s-indacene and Tetra-tert-butylcyclobutadiene by Low-Temperature Crystal Structure Analysis
  80. Interpretation of atomic displacement parameters from diffraction studies of crystals
  81. Is Accurate X-Ray Analysis Worthwhile?
  82. Rotation barriers in crystals from atomic displacement parameters
  83. Structures and Electrical Properties of Some New Organic Conductors Derived from the Donor Molecule TMET (S,S,S,S,-Bis(dimethylethylenedithio) tetrathiafulvalene)
  84. Fractional bonds: relations among their lengths, strengths, and stretching force constants
  85. Body temperature and the specific heat of water
  86. An empirical potential function for metal centers: Application to molecular mechanics calculations on metalloproteins
  87. Are ionic solids really built of ions? New evidence from x-ray diffraction
  88. Interactions between Functional Groups. Part III. The Structure ofN,N-Dimethyl-8-nitro-1-naphthaleneamine in Seven Crystalline Environments
  89. Chiral metals? A chiral substrate for organic conductors and superconductors
  90. Die Geometrie von Lithium-Komplexen mit koordinativ gebundenen Carbonylverbindungen und die Struktur eines Lithiumdienolates
  91. X-Ray Diffraction Study of 2-Aminopropenenitrile at 97 K
  92. Internal molecular motion as forerunner of a phase change involving conformational isomerization
  93. Über die Wechselwirkung zwischen Lithium-enolaten und sekundären Aminen in Lösung und im Kristall
  94. Detection of Radiation Damage in Organic Crystals
  95. Interactions between Functional Groups. Part II. Structure of the 2-Dimethylaminobenzenediazonium Cation: Retention of Planarity Despite Excessive Steric Crowding
  96. Can X-ray diffraction distinguish between protium and deuterium atoms?
  97. Further Investigation of the Nature of the C-Li Bond. Structures of a Phenylthiomethyllithium Complex and ofa Methylthiomethyllithium Complex
  98. Incipient nucleophilic attack on a nitrogen–nitrogen triple bond: crystal·structure of quinoline-8-diazonium-1-oxide tetrafluoroborate at 95 K
  99. Crystal and molecular structure of 1-lithio-3,6-diethoxy-2,5-dimethyl-1,2-dihydropyrazine, the lithiated bis-lactim ether of the diketopiperazine from alanine
  100. Book Review: Electron Distributions and the Chemical Bond. Edited by P. Coppens and M. B. Hall
  101. The absence of bonding electron density in certain covalent bonds as revealed by x-ray analysis
  102. From crystal statics to chemical dynamics
  103. Crystal Structure of 1,1,4,4-Tetrafluorocyclohexane at 95 K
  104. X-Ray Study of the Deformation Density in Tetrafluoroterephthalodinitrile: Weak Bonding Density in the C, F-Bond
  105. An all-nitrogen aromatic ring system: structural study of 4-dimethyl-aminophenylpentazole
  106. Structural Characteristics of the Carboxylic Ester Group
  107. Directional Preferences of Ether O-Atoms Towards Alkali and Alkaline Earth Cations
  108. Structural Characteristics of the Carboxylic Amide Group
  109. Mechanistic Implications of the Tetrameric Cubic Structure of Lithium Enolates
  110. Crystallographic and Spectroscopic Evidence for an Intramolecular (OH ? ?)-Interaction
  111. Tetrameric Cubic Structures of Two Solvated Lithium Enolates
  112. Correct Structure of a Condensation Product C6H12N4O4 from Hydrazine, Formaldehyde and Hydrogen Peroxide
  113. Chemical reaction paths. 7. Pathways for SN2 and SN3 substitution at tin(IV)
  114. Kristallstruktur von 2-Lithio-2-phenyl-1,3-dithian-Tetrahydrofuran-Tetramethylethylendiamin (1/1/1); ”X – X„-Elektronendichteverteilung in Lithio-methyl-und Lithio-phenyl-dithian
  115. Crystal structure of 2-Lithio-2-phenyl-1,3-dithiane-Tetrahydrofuran-Tetramethylethylenediamine(1/1/1); Electron-Density Difference Maps for Lithio-methyl- and Lithio-phenyl-dithiane
  116. Crystal Structures of 8-Methoxy- and 8-Nitronaphthonitrile; Intramolecular Nucleophile-electrophile Interactions
  117. Planar tetrakoordiniertes Silicium? – Eine Kritik
  118. Planar Four-Coordinated Silicon?
  119. Directional Preferences of Approach of Nucleophiles to Sulfonium Ions
  120. Potential Energy Surface of BH4−and Molecular Deformations Induced by an External Cation
  121. Crystal Structure of 2-Lithio-2-methyl-1,3-dithiane Tetramethylethylenediamine
  122. Kristallstruktur von 2-Lithio-2-methyl-1,3-dithian-Tetramethylethylendiamin (1/1)
  123. Crystallographic and spectroscopic study of the keto-acid–hydroxy-lactone isomerization path
  124. Structural Studies of Crystalline Enamines
  125. Structural Studies of 1,8-Disubstituted Naphthalenes as Probes for nucleophile-electrophile interactions
  126. Nucleophilic Addition to a Triple Bond; Preliminaryab initio study
  127. Crystallographic Studies of Synthetic Corrinoids IV. Molecular Structure of a Ni(II)Oxa-porphyrinoid from Electrochemical Oxidation of a Ni(II) Seco-Corrin
  128. Medium Ring Compounds. XXIX. Cyclooctane-1,5-dione-dioxime
  129. Structure of Hexaethylidenecyclohexane (Hexamethyl-[6]radialene) by X-ray Analysis
  130. Structure of a boron-free hydrolysis product from Boromycin
  131. Thoughts on Crystals as Supermolecules
  132. Looking Backwards, Glancing Sideways: Half a Century of Chemical Crystallography
  133. Structural Chemistry inHelvetica Chimica Acta, 1917–1992
  134. Structure Correlation; the Chemical Point of View