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  1. Disappearing Polymorphs Revisited
  2. Verschwundene Polymorphe: eine Neubetrachtung
  3. “Predicting” Polymorphs of Pharmaceuticals Using Hydrogen Bond Propensities: Probenecid and Its Two Single-Crystal-to-Single-Crystal Phase Transitions
  4. Kitaigorodsky Revisited: Polymorphism and Mixed Crystals of Acridine/Phenazine
  5. “Predicting” Crystal Forms of Pharmaceuticals Using Hydrogen Bond Propensities: Two Test Cases
  6. ChemInform Abstract: Conformational Polymorphism
  7. Conformational Polymorphism
  8. Polymorphic Co-crystals from Polymorphic Co-crystal Formers: Competition between Carboxylic Acid···Pyridine and Phenol···Pyridine Hydrogen Bonds
  9. “It Isn’t”
  10. The elusive crystal structure of the neuraminidase inhibitor Tamiflu (oseltamivir phosphate): molecular details of action
  11. On the propulsion mechanism of “jumping” crystals
  12. N′-Cyclopentylidenepyridine-4-carbohydrazide
  13. Supramolecular polymorphism of the 1 : 1 molecular salt (adamantane-1-carboxylate-3,5,7-tricarboxylic acid)·(hexamethylenetetraminium). A “failed” crystal engineering attempt
  14. Cover Picture: A Tale of Two Polymorphic Pharmaceuticals: Pyrithyldione and Propyphenazone and their 1937 Co-crystal Patent (Chem. Eur. J. 48/2011)
  15. A Tale of Two Polymorphic Pharmaceuticals: Pyrithyldione and Propyphenazone and their 1937 Co-crystal Patent
  16. An Investigation of the Hydrogen-Bond Preferences and Co-crystallization Behavior of Three Didonor Compounds.
  17. Hydrogen Bonding Patterns of the Co-Crystal Containing the Pharmaceutically Active Ingredient Isoniazid and Terephthalic Acid
  18. Polymorphism − A Perspective
  19. Covalent assistance to supramolecular synthesis: directing the supramolecular assembly of co-crystals by in situ modification of hydrogen bonding functionality
  20. Covalent assistance in supramolecular synthesis: in situ modification and masking of the hydrogen bonding functionality of the supramolecular reagent isoniazid in co-crystals
  21. The Thermosalient Phenomenon. “Jumping Crystals” and Crystal Chemistry of the Anticholinergic Agent Oxitropium Bromide
  22. Synthesis Characterization Molecular Modeling of a Pharmaceutical Co-Crystal: (2-Chloro-4-Nitrobenzoic Acid):(Nicotinamide)
  23. Design and Preparation of Co‐crystals Utilizing the ${{\bf R}{{ \bf 2\hfill \atop \bf 4\hfill}}}$(8) Hydrogen‐Bonding Motif
  24. ChemInform Abstract: Synthesis of a Novel Rigid Tetrathiafulvalene-σ-p-benzoquinone diad (TTF-σ-Q) with Inherent Structural Configuration Suitable for Intramolecular Charge-Transfer
  25. ChemInform Abstract: Concomitant Polymorphs
  26. One-pot covalent and supramolecular synthesis of pharmaceutical co-crystals using the API isoniazid: a potential supramolecular reagent
  27. The co-crystal of two GRAS substances: (citric acid)·(nicotinamide). Formation of four hydrogen bonding heterosynthons in one co-crystal
  28. Crystal Engineering with Cocrystals of Benzo-[18]Crown-6 and Urea and Thiourea Derivatives
  29. The Temperature-Dependent Structure of Alkylamines and Their Corresponding Alkylammonium-Alkylcarbamates
  30. Reaction of Alkylamine Surfactants with Carbon Dioxide: Relevance to Nanocrystal Synthesis
  31. Statistics-Based Design of Multicomponent Molecular Crystals with the Three-Center Hydrogen Bond
  32. Cocrystal of Urea and Imidazolidone: Formation of an Unexpected 1-D Substructure in a Plausibly Predictable Cocrystal
  33. An Alternate Crystal Form of Gabapentin: A Cocrystal with Oxalic Acid
  34. The study of the polymorphic system of 2-chloro-4-nitrobenzoic acid
  35. Crystal structures and characterization of the polymorphs of (2-furyl)oxoacetamide
  36. Disappearing and Reappearing Polymorphism in p -Methylchalcone
  37. Polymorphism in Molecular Crystals
  38. Fundamentals
  39. Introduction and historical background
  40. Polymorphism and patents
  41. Controlling the polymorphic form obtained
  42. Analytical techniques for studying and characterizing polymorphs
  43. Conformational polymorphism: intra- and intermolecular energetics
  44. Polymorphism and structure–property relations
  45. Polymorphism of pharmaceuticals
  46. Polymorphism of dyes and pigments
  47. Polymorphism of high energy materials
  48. Polymorphism and Structural Mechanism of the Phase Transformation of Phenyl Carbamate (PC)
  49. Benzidine:  A Co-Crystallization Agent for Proton Acceptors
  50. Cocrystal Design Gone Awry? A New Dimorphic Hydrate of Oxalic Acid
  51. Disruption of the hexagonal networks of trimesic acid (benzene-1,3,5-tricarboxylic acid, TMA) by acetic acid
  52. Designing a Cocrystal of γ-Amino Butyric Acid
  53. Serendipity and Four Polymorphic Structures of Benzidine, C 12 H 12 N 2
  54. Polymorphism in 4-Methoxy-3-nitrobenzaldehyde
  55. Polymorphism and Patents from a Chemist's Point of View [1]
  56. Three crystal forms of tetrakis(μ2-2-nitrobenzoato-O,O′)-diaqua-di-copper(ii)
  57. Characterization of the polymorphs of aminoacetonitrile hydrochloride and crystal structure of the stable polymorph
  58. Groth's Original Concomitant Polymorphs Revisited
  59. ...And Another Comment on P seudo polymorphism
  60. Pinching polymorphs
  61. Cultivating crystal forms
  62. [R,S]‐Ethambutol Dihydrochloride: Variable-Temperature Studies of a Dimorphic System with Very Similar Packing
  63. Variable Temperature Studies of a Polymorphic System Comprising Two Pairs of Enantiotropically Related Forms: [ S , S ]-Ethambutol Dihydrochloride
  64. Surprises in a‘Simple' System: 2,4-Diaminobenzenesulfonic Acid
  65. Copper Salts of Rigid N,N′-Dicyanoquinone Diimine Derivatives
  66. Polymorphism in Molecular Crystals Joel Bernstein. Oxford University Press, New York, 2002. ISBN 0198506058.
  67. Polymorphism
  68. Determining Similarity of Conformational Polymorphs
  69. Investigation of Hydrogen Bond Patterns∶ A Review of Mathematical Tools For the Graph Set Approach
  70. Disappearing and Reappearing Polymorphs. The Benzocaine:Picric Acid System
  71. Gleichzeitig auftretende polymorphe Modifikationen
  72. Concomitant Polymorphs
  73. Pharmaceuticals: Development and Formulation
  74. Synthesis of a novel rigid tetrathiafulvalene-σ-p-benzoquinone diad (TTF-σ-Q) with inherent structural configuration suitable for intramolecular charge-transfer
  75. Chains, Ladders, and Two-Dimensional Sheets with Halogenċ Halogen and Halogenċ Hydrogen Interactions
  76. Stabilization of a high energy molecular conformation by specific intermolecular forces, a novel planar benzylideneaniline system
  77. Synthesis and properties of novel components for organic metals:dihydrotellurophene derivatives
  78. Patterns in Hydrogen Bonding: Functionality and Graph Set Analysis in Crystals
  79. Muster aus H-Brücken: ihre Funktionalität und ihre graphentheoretische Analyse in Kristallen
  80. Disappearing Polymorphs
  81. The mystery of bis(tetrathiafulvalenyl)(TTF–TTF)
  82. Halogenated tetrathiafulvalenes (TTFs): preparation, X-ray structure and cyclic voltammetry of tetrachioro-, 2,3-dichloro-6,7-dimethyl- and 2,3-diiodo-6,7-dimethyl-TTF
  83. A unique molecular donor containing two tetrathiafulvalene (TTF) units fused to 1,4 - ditellurin: Synthesis, X-ray structure and cyclic voltammetry
  84. Charge transfer complexes of (TTFTe)2: Preparation, structure, and electrical conductivity
  85. Crystal Orbital Displacement Analysis of Interactions in the Solid State. Application to the Study of Host-Guest Interactions in the Hofmann Clathrates
  86. Phenyl groups as molecular fasteners: Phenyltelluro-substituted tetrathiafulvalenes
  87. A New Polymorphic Modification of Tetrathiafulvalene. Crystal Structure, Lattice Energy and Intermolecular Interactions
  88. A Crystal Packing - Melting Point Correlation for Quaternary Ammonium Salts
  89. A Single Crystal to Single Crystal Reversible Phase Transition Which Exhibits The “Hopping Effect”
  90. The Role of Hydrogen Bonding in Molecular Assemblies
  91. New direct iodination of tetrathiafulvalene (TTF): mono- and di-iodo-TTF and their X-ray crystal structures
  92. Conformational studies of the N-(3-halobenzylidene)-3-haloaniline system. Part 2. Molecular energetics
  93. A new molecular donor containing two tetrathiafulvalene (TTF) units fused to 1,4-ditellurine: synthesis, X-ray structure, CT complex and conductivity
  94. Structural and electronic study of donors composed of two TTF moieties linked by tellurium bridges
  95. Synthesis and X-ray structure of a novel organoditelluride: di(tetrathiafulvalenyl) ditelluride [(TTFTe)2]
  96. Packing analysis and the crystal chemistry of 2,5-dibenzylidenecyclopent-3-ene-1-one. Rationale for a non-topochemical solid-state reaction
  97. Synthesis and electrochemical properties of benzo[b]naphtho[2,3-e][1,4]-dioxin-6,11-quinones and their N,N'-dicyano quinone diimine derivatives
  98. Preparation of mono- and 1,2-di-bromotetrathiafulvalenes (TTFBr and 1,2-TTFBr2)
  99. Identification and characterization of crystalline and amorphous HM-PAO fractions: Their relevance for preparation of the 99mTc-d,l-HM-PAO brain perfusion imaging agent
  100. Decoding hydrogen-bond patterns. The case of iminodiacetic acid
  101. New 'Te-TTF' dimers, aryl-substituted TCNQ and quinone derivatives: synthesis, electrochemistry and molecular structure
  102. Structural trends in potential organic conductors based on (donor-CH2)2 tetracyanoquinodimethane molecules
  103. Crystal structure and solid state photoreactivity of 2,5-dibenzylidenecyclopent-3-ene-1-one and its tetrachloro derivative
  104. The Polymorphic Structures of a Squarylium Dye. The Monoclinic (Green) and Triclinic (Violet) Forms of 2,4 bis(2-hydroxy 4-diethylaminophenyl)-1,3-cyclobutadienediylium 1,3-diolate
  105. Synthesis and properties of archetypical donor-acceptor-donor (D2A) molecules
  106. Preparation and structure of a novel organotellurium derivative: Di(tetrathiafulvalene)telluride [(TTF)2te]
  107. Foreword by the Guest Editors of This Issue
  108. Hypervalent tellurium in one-dimensional extended structures containing Te5n- units
  109. The synthesis, structure and properties of the complex between a new donor, 2,3,6,7-tetra(ethyltellura)-tetrathiafulvalene, (TeTeTTF) and tetracyanoquidinomethane (TCNQ)
  110. A New Electron Donor: synthesis of 2,3,6,7-tetra(ethyltellurio)tetrathiafulvalene
  111. Solid-state chemistry and structures of a new class of mixed dyes. Cyanine-oxonol
  112. Bimanes.19. Characteristics of the molecular structures of 1,5-diazabicyclo[3.3.0]octadienediones (9,10-dioxabimanes) determined by x-ray crystallography
  113. Strategic design of organic conductors. Structure of a prototypical molecule
  114. Solid-state photooligomerization of an extended chiral bifunctional monomer, (+)-2,4:3,5-di-O-methylene-D-mannitol 1,6-di-trans-cinnamate
  115. Configuration and planarity of fluorescent and nonfluorescent 1,5-diazabicyclo[3.3.0]octadienediones (9,10-dioxabimanes) by x-ray crystallography
  116. Molecular conformation and electronic structure. Part III. Crystal and molecular structure of the stable form of N-(p-chlorobenzylidene)-p-chloroaniline
  117. The polarized specular reflection spectrum of crytalline trans-azobenzene. Evidence for two transitions in the low energy band
  118. Crystal Polymorphism: Challenges at the Crossroads of Science and Technology
  119. Crystal Polymorphism