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  1. Drug Mimetic Organogelators for the Control of Concomitant Crystallization of Barbital and Thalidomide
  2. Minimizing Polymorphic Risk through Cooperative Computational and Experimental Exploration
  3. Minimizing Polymorphic Risk Through Cooperative Computational and Experimental Exploration
  4. Minimizing Polymorphic Risk Through Cooperative Computational and Experimental Exploration
  5. Celebrating 20 Years
  6. Calcium cyclic carboxylates as structural models for calcium carbonate scale inhibitors
  7. Hybrid GMP–polyamine hydrogels as new biocompatible materials for drug encapsulation
  8. Lilypad aggregation: localised self-assembly and metal sequestration at a liquid–vapour interface
  9. The crystal engineering of radiation-sensitive diacetylene cocrystals and salts
  10. High-Throughput Oil-Encapsulated Nanodroplet Crystallisation for Organic-Soluble Small Molecule Structure Elucidation and Polymorph Screening (ENaCt)
  11. High-Throughput Oil-Encapsulated Nanodroplet Crystallisation for Organic-Soluble Small Molecule Structure Elucidation and Polymorph Screening (ENaCt)
  12. Threaded Rings that Swim in Excitable Media
  13. Extensive Sequential Polymorphic Interconversion in the Solid State: Two Hydrates and Ten Anhydrous Phases of Hexamidine Diisethionate
  14. Braiding, branching and chiral amplification of nanofibres in supramolecular gels
  15. Bacterial sensors define intracellular free energies for correct enzyme metalation
  16. High thermal stability, pH responsive organogels of 2H-benzo[d]1,2,3-triazole derivatives as pharmaceutical crystallization media
  17. Supramolecular Gelation as the First Stage in Ostwald’s Rule
  18. Structures of a Clathrate Hydrate Former, Inhibitor, and Synergist in Water
  19. Phosphate-Free Inhibition of Calcium Carbonate Dishwasher Deposits
  20. Small-Molecule Povidone Analogues in Coamorphous Pharmaceutical Phases
  21. Tailored supramolecular gel and microemulsion crystallization strategies – is isoniazid really monomorphic?
  22. Activating [4 + 4] photoreactivity in the solid-state via complexation: from 9-(methylaminomethyl)anthracene to its silver(i) complexes
  23. 21st century developments in the understanding and control of molecular solids
  24. Crystal habit modification of Cu(ii) isonicotinate–N-oxide complexes using gel phase crystallisation
  25. Investigating the effect of supramolecular gel phase crystallization on gel nucleation
  26. Fine control of metal concentrations is necessary for cells to discern zinc from cobalt
  27. Halogen and Hydrogen Bonding in Povidone-Iodine and Related Co-Phases
  28. Gelation by histidine-derived ureas
  29. Pharmaceutical cocrystals, salts and multicomponent systems; intermolecular interactions and property based design
  30. Guanosine-5′-Monophosphate Polyamine Hybrid Hydrogels: Enhanced Gel Strength Probed by z -Spectroscopy
  31. Hydration Behavior of Polylactam Clathrate Hydrate Inhibitors and Their Small-Molecule Model Compounds
  32. High Pressure/Low Temperature Polymorphism in 2,6-Dimethylpyridine–Formic Acid Cocrystals
  33. Metal ‘turn-off’, anion ‘turn-on’ gelation cascade in pyridinylmethyl ureas
  34. Supramolecular materials
  35. Boric acid co-crystals in guar gelation
  36. Pharmaceutical polymorph control in a drug-mimetic supramolecular gel
  37. Neutron Diffraction Studies on Guest-Induced Distortions in Urea Inclusion Compounds
  38. Understanding exceptional polymorphs
  39. Expanding the Pyridine–Formic Acid Cocrystal Landscape under Extreme Conditions
  40. Polymorphism of ( Z )-3-Bromopropenoic Acid: A High and Low Z ′ Pair
  41. Fluorescent carbon quantum dot hydrogels for direct determination of silver ions
  42. Gelation by supramolecular dimerization of mono(urea)s
  43. Anion hydrogen bonding from a ‘revealed’ urea ligand
  44. Cavity-containing supramolecular gels as a crystallization tool for hydrophobic pharmaceuticals
  45. Manipulating three-dimensional gel network entanglement by thin film shearing
  46. Modulating the hydration behaviour of calcium chloride by lactam complexation
  47. Pharmaceutical crystallization with nanocellulose organogels
  48. Stabilisation of an amorphous form of ROY through a predicted co-former interaction
  49. Trimeric cyclamers: solution aggregation and high Z′ crystals based on guest structure and basicity
  50. Gels with sense: supramolecular materials that respond to heat, light and sound
  51. Knot theory in modern chemistry
  52. Supramolecular chemistry as an underpinning concept
  53. Supramolecular Gel Control of Cisplatin Crystallization: Identification of a New Solvate Form Using a Cisplatin-Mimetic Gelator
  54. Problems Associated with Sour Gas in the Oilfield Industry and Their Solutions
  55. Packing Problems: High Z ′ Crystal Structures and Their Relationship to Cocrystals, Inclusion Compounds, and Polymorphism
  56. Conserved hydrogen bonding in tetrahydrocarbazolone derivatives: influence of solution-state assembly on crystal form nucleation
  57. Highlights from Faraday discussion 170: Challenges and opportunities of modern mechanochemistry, Montreal, Canada, 2014
  58. Fluorescent carbon dot–molecular salt hydrogels
  59. Selective gelation of N-(4-pyridyl)nicotinamide by copper(ii) salts
  60. Correction: Fluorescent carbon dot–molecular salt hydrogels
  61. Fluorous ‘ponytails’ lead to strong gelators showing thermally induced structure evolution
  62. Insights into the Crystallisation Process from Anhydrous, Hydrated and Solvated Crystal Forms of Diatrizoic Acid
  63. Carbamoyl Radical-Mediated Synthesis and Semipinacol Rearrangement of β-Lactam Diols
  64. N-Alkyl pyrrolidone ether podands as versatile alkali metal ion chelants
  65. Supramolecular assembly in a Janus-type urea system
  66. Supramolecular gel phase crystallization: orthogonal self-assembly under non-equilibrium conditions
  67. Structure of organic solids at low temperature and high pressure
  68. Using gel morphology to control pore shape
  69. Hydrogen bonding effects in anion binding calixarenes
  70. Highly interlocked anion-bridged supramolecular networks from interrupted imidazole–urea gels
  71. Blending Gelators to Tune Gel Structure and Probe Anion‐Induced Disassembly
  72. The role of co-crystals in pharmaceutical design
  73. First glimpse at a calixarene clathrate
  74. The chemistry of low dosage clathrate hydrate inhibitors
  75. Triggered formation of thixotropic hydrogels by balancing competitive supramolecular synthons
  76. Anion receptor coordination tripods capped by [9]ane-S3
  77. Halogen-bonding-triggered supramolecular gel formation
  78. Unexpected Low‐Temperature Behaviour of Piroxicam Monohydrate
  79. New Insights into an Old Molecule: Interaction Energies of Theophylline Crystal Forms
  80. Novel Capsular Aggregates from Flexible Tripodal Triureas with Cs Symmetry
  81. Overcoming the solvation shell during the crystallisation of diatrizoic acid from dimethylsulfoxide
  82. A new water⋯Na+ coordination motif in an unexpected diatrizoic acid disodium salt crystal form
  83. Mechanochemistry: opportunities for new and cleaner synthesis
  84. Anion tuning of chiral bis(urea) low molecular weight gels
  85. Structure and Bonding of KSiH 3 and Its 18-Crown-6 Derivatives: Unusual Ambidentate Behavior of the SiH 3 – Anion
  86. Dominance of Charge-Assisted Hydrogen Bonding on Short Contacts and Structures that Crystallize with Z ′ > 1
  87. Two Different Hydrogen Bond Donor Ligands Together: A Selectivity Improvement in Organometallic {Re(CO) 3 } Anion Hosts
  88. The Structure of Water in p-Sulfonatocalix[4]arene
  89. ChemInform Abstract: Supramolecular Gel Chemistry: Developments over the Last Decade
  90. Trimethyltin Hydroxide: A Crystallographic and HighZ′ Curiosity
  91. A simple chemical model for clathrate hydrate inhibition by polyvinylcaprolactam
  92. Anion tuning and polymer templating in a simple low molecular weight organogelator
  93. Supramolecular Chemistry—Introducing the latest web themed issue
  94. Supramolecular gel chemistry: developments over the last decade
  95. Tripodal imidazole frameworks: Reversible vapour sorption both with and without significant structural changes
  96. Rheology and silver nanoparticle templating in a bis(urea) silver metallogel
  97. Hydrogen bonding interactions with the thiocarbonyl π-system
  98. Size does matter—the contribution of molecular volume, shape and flexibility to the formation of co-crystals and structures with Z′ > 1
  99. Anion tuning of the rheology, morphology and gelation of a low molecular weight salt hydrogelator
  100. Successful extrapolation of an f-element synthetic method to the pseudo light lanthanoid, aluminium
  101. Molecular recognition scaled up
  102. Anion binding, aryl-extended cyclotriguaiacylenes and an aryl-bridged cryptophane that provides snapshots of a molecular gating mechanism
  103. Anion-switchable supramolecular gels for controlling pharmaceutical crystal growth
  104. New [2 × 2] Copper(I) Grids as Anion Receptors. Effect of Ligand Functionalization on the Ability to Host Counteranions by Hydrogen Bonds
  105. Reduction of a Chelating Bis(NHC) Palladium(II) Complex to [{μ-bis(NHC)}2Pd2H]+: A Terminal Hydride in a Binuclear Palladium(I) Species Formed under Catalytically Relevant Conditions
  106. Exploiting Cavities in Supramolecular Gels
  107. Enhanced Anion Binding from Unusual Coordination Modes of Bis(thiourea) Ligands in Platinum Group Metal Complexes
  108. Bausteine mit Hohlräumen in supramolekularen Gelen
  109. X-ray and Neutron Diffraction in the Study of Organic Crystalline Hydrates
  110. Synthesis, Characterization, and Novel Fluxional Mechanisms of Triosmium Clusters Containing the Highly Flexible Ligand Ph 2 PC 2 H 4 SC 2 H 4 SC 2 H 4 PPh 2 (PSSP)
  111. Metal- and Anion-Binding Supramolecular Gels
  112. Hydrogen Bonding Is Not Everything: Extensive Polymorphism in a System with Conserved Hydrogen Bonded Synthons
  113. Fluorescent ‘Twist-on’ Sensing by Induced-Fit Anion Stabilisation of a Planar Chromophore
  114. Colourimetric Carboxylate Anion Sensors Derived from Viologen-Based Receptors
  115. Anion-tuned supramolecular gels: a natural evolution from urea supramolecular chemistry
  116. Self-assembly of tris(ureidobenzyl)amines: flexible bricks for robust architectures
  117. A quinolinium-derived turn-off fluorescent anion sensor
  118. A water soluble, anion-binding zwitterionic capsule based on electrostatic interactions between self-complementary hemispheres
  119. A synthesis of oligomeric α-hydroxy phenylphosphinates and a study of the conformational preferences of the dimers
  120. Shear induced gelation in a copper(ii) metallogel: new aspects of ion-tunable rheology and gel-reformation by external chemical stimuli
  121. Metal-induced gelation in dipyridyl ureas
  122. A Simple Fluorescent Ion-Pair Binding Host that Acts as an “If-Then” Logic Gate
  123. Metal Ion and Anion-Based “Tuning” of a Supramolecular Metallogel †
  124. Anion-tuning of supramolecular gel properties
  125. Ion pair binding functionalised gold nanoparticles
  126. Bis(N-heterocyclic carbene) Dipalladium Complexes: Synthesis, Solid-State Conformational Studies and Solution Behaviour
  127. ChemInform Abstract: Coordination and Organometallic Compounds as Anion Receptors and Sensors
  128. Designing Co-Crystals of Pharmaceutically Relevant Compounds That Crystallize with Z ′ > 1
  129. Supramolecular Chemistry
  130. Allosteric effects in a tetrapodal imidazolium-derived calix[4]arene anion receptor
  131. Back matter
  132. Ion-pair binding by mixed N,S-donor 2-ureidopyridine ligands
  133. A catenated imidazole-based coordination polymer exhibiting significant CO2 sorption at low pressure
  134. Coordination and organometallic compounds as anion receptors and sensors
  135. The mechanochemical synthesis of podand anion receptors
  136. Structural similarity of hydrogen-bonded and metal-coordinated abiotic base pairs allows oligonucleotide-like mutual stacking,
  137. Enantioselective lactate binding by chiral tripodal anion hosts derived from amino acids
  138. Gradual Transition from NH···Pyridyl Hydrogen Bonding to the NH···O Tape Synthon in Pyridyl Ureas
  139. Anion Binding and Luminescent Sensing using Cationic Ruthenium(II) Aminopyridine Complexes
  140. A “Compartmental” Borromean Weave Coordination Polymer Exhibiting Saturated Hydrogen Bonding to Anions and Water Cluster Inclusion
  141. Supramolecular Synthon Frustration Leads to Crystal Structures with Z ′ > 1
  142. Induced Fit Interanion Discrimination by Binding-Induced Excimer Formation
  143. Organic Nanostructures
  144. Structure Calculation of an Elastic Hydrogel from Sonication of Rigid Small Molecule Components
  145. Conformational control by ‘zipping-up’ an anion-binding unimolecular capsule
  146. Component exchange as a synthetically advantageous strategy for the preparation of bicyclic cage compounds
  147. Anion hydrogen bond effects in the formation of planar or quintuple helical coordination polymers
  148. Introduction to the special issue in honour of Jerry Atwood
  149. Synthesis and characterisation of [(triphos)Fe(CO)H2] and its protonation to a dihydrogen complex via an unconventional hydrogen-bonded intermediate
  150. Intramolecular binding site competition as a means of tuning the response of a colourimetric anion sensor
  151. Gelation is crucially dependent on functional group orientation and may be tuned by anion binding
  152. Hypervalent hydridosilicates: synthesis, structure and hydride bridging
  153. Second-sphere interaction of anions with a weakly binding metal complex host: probing the effect of counteranions
  154. Highly diastereoselective self-assembly of chiral tris(m-ureidobenzyl)amino capsules
  155. A Simple Strategy for Crystal Engineering Water Clusters
  156. Crystal Packing in Equilibrating Systems:  A Single Crystal Containing Three Isomers of CuCl(1-pyridin-2-yl-3- p -tolyl-thiourea) 2
  157. Au···Au Interactions:  Z  ‘ > 1 Behavior and Structural Analysis
  158. Organometallic cavitands: Cation–π interactions and anion binding via π-metallation
  159. A structural study of calcium, strontium and barium crown ether complexes
  160. A structural study of late transition metal diethylenetriamine complexes
  161. Synthesis and Solid-State Structures of Pyrazolylmethane Complexes of the Rare Earths
  162. Macrobicyclic triphosphazides and tri-λ5-phosphazenes derived from PhC(CH2PPh2)3. Two propeller-shaped diastereoisomers in the crystals
  163. Comment on “On the presence of multiple molecules in the crystal asymmetric unit (Z′ > 1)” by Gautam R. Desiraju, CrystEngComm, 2007,9, 91
  164. Introduction to the special issue in honour of George Gokel
  165. Anion binding in (arene)ruthenium(ii)-based hosts
  166. Templated crystal nucleation: mixed crystals of very different copper(ii) N,N′,N″-trimethyltriazacyclononane complexes
  167. A small tris(imidazolium) cage forms an N-heterocyclic carbene complex with silver(i)
  168. A modular approach to organic, coordination complex and polymer based podand hosts for anions
  169. When Z ‘ = 2 Is Better than Z ‘ = 1Supramolecular Centrosymmetric Hydrogen-Bonded Dimers in Chiral Systems
  170. Interplay of Non-covalent Bonds: Effect of Crystal Structure on Molecular Structure
  171. Helical or Polar Guest-Dependent Z ‘ = 1.5 or Z ‘ = 2 Forms of a Sterically Hindered Bis(urea) Clathrate
  172. On the protonation of a macrobicyclic cage: an inert tribenzylamine fragment and three robust aminophosphonium units
  173. Podand and Hosts for Anion Binding and Signaling
  174. Synthesis, characterisation and natural abundance 187Os NMR spectroscopy of hydride bridged triosmium clusters with chiral diphosphine ligands
  175. A Conformationally Flexible, Urea-Based Tripodal Anion Receptor:  Solid-State, Solution, and Theoretical Studies
  176. Crystal engineering with ethynylbenzenes : Part 2. Structures of 4-trimethylsilylethynyl-N,N-dimethylaniline, and 4-ethynyl-N,N-dimethylaniline with Z′ = 12 and a single-crystal to single-crystal phase transition at 122.5 ± 2 K
  177. Anion binding inhibition of the formation of a helical organogel
  178. Simultaneous anion and cation binding by a simple polymer-bound ureidopyridyl ligand
  179. Pyridinium CH⋯anion and π-stacking interactions in modular tripodal anion binding hosts: ATP binding and solid-state chiral induction
  180. Modular assembly of a preorganised, ditopic receptor for dicarboxylates
  181. A modular approach to anion binding podands: adaptability in design and synthesis leads to adaptability in properties
  182. Unusual variations in the incidence of Z? > 1 in oxo-anion structures
  183. Anion-binding mode in a sulfanylphenyl urea complex: solid state symmetry breaking and solution chelation
  184. Back matter
  185. Complex Formation and Rearrangement Reactions of the Phosphine Hydride Anions [OsH 3 (PPh 3 ) 3 ] - and [IrH 2 (PPh 3 ) 3 ] -
  186. Cooperative Hydrogen-Bonding Effects in a Water Square:  A Single-Crystal Neutron and Partial Atomic Charges and Hardness Analysis Study
  187. A convenient preparation of [(Ph3P)3Pt2(μ-H)(μ-PPh2)Ph]BF4 by rearrangement of trans-aquahydridobis(triphenylphosphine) platinum(II) tetrafluoroborate
  188. A Study of [Co2(alkyne)(binap)(CO)4] Complexes (BINAP=(1,1?-Binaphthalene)-2,2?-diylbis(diphenylphosphine))
  189. Alkene-Arenemeta Photocycloadditions with a Four-Carbon-Atom Tether: Efficient Approach toward the Polycyclic Ring Systems of Aphidicolin and Stemodinone
  190. Stereoselective synthesis of 2,5-disubstituted-1,4-oxathiane S-oxides
  191. Polyaza metacyclophanes as ditopic anion receptors
  192. Anion binding by Ag(i) complexes of urea-substituted pyridyl ligands
  193. Anion and cation binding by a pendant arm cyclam and its macrobicyclic derivatives
  194. Modular nanometer-scale structuring of gel fibres by sequential self-organization
  195. Hydrogen bonds between ammonium ions and aromatic rings exist and have key consequences on solid-state and solution phase properties
  196. Multiple nitrene insertions into metal–sulfur bonds of dithiocarbamate complexes: synthesis of sulfido-amido and zwitterionic tetraamido complexes
  197. Influence of hydrogen bonding on coordination polymer assembly
  198. Ruthenium trihydrides with N-heterocyclic carbene ligands: effects on quantum mechanical exchange coupling
  199. Bis(carbene)pyridine Complexes of the Early to Middle Transition Metals:  Survey of Ethylene Oligomerization and Polymerization Capability
  200. A Highly Efficient, Preorganized Macrobicyclic Receptor for Halides Based on CH··· and NH···Anion Interactions
  201. Synthesis of meta- and paracyclophanes containing unsaturated amino acid residues
  202. Mercury(II)N,N′-Methyl-Phenylethyl-Dithiocarbamate and Its Use as a Precursor for the Room-Temperature Solution Deposition ofβ-HgS Thin Films
  203. Self-Assembly of Tris(2-ureidobenzyl)amines: A New Type of Capped, Capsule-Like Dimeric Aggregates Derived from a Highly Flexible Skeleton
  204. Influence of the metal and chiral diamine on metal(II)salen catalysed, asymmetric synthesis of α-methyl α-amino acids
  205. Cationic Iridium Phosphines Partnered with [closo-CB11H6Br6]-:  (PPh3)2Ir(H)2(closo-CB11H6Br6) and [(PPh3)2Ir(η2-C2H4)3][closo-CB11H6Br6]. Relevance to Counterion Effects in Olefin Hydrogenation
  206. The unusual solid state structure of heroin hydrochloride monohydrate and its selective detection using NQR spectroscopy
  207. Diastereotopic group selective intramolecular cycloadditions of sulfenic acids to 1,4-dienesElectronic supplementary information (ESI) available: Ball and stick representations of the X-ray crystal structures of 12a and 13a. See
  208. Complexation of I42? and I82? by protonated azacyclophanes
  209. A modular, self-assembled, separated ion pair binding system
  210. Expanding metallaborane chemistry: an octahedral BH6moiety supported through M–H–B bridges
  211. The R21(6) hydrogen-bonded synthon in neutral urea and metal-bound halide systems
  212. Expectations for the quality and originality of submissions to NJC
  213. Linear distortion of octahedral metal centres by multiple hydrogen bonds in modular ML4 systems
  214. Molecular Containers: Design Approaches and Applications
  215. Novel Structures and Pauson−Khand Activities of N-Heterocyclic Carbene Dicobalt Complexes
  216. Identification of an Asymmetric Pauson−Khand Precatalyst
  217. Anionic iron(II) alkoxides as initiators for the controlled ring-opening polymerization of lactide
  218. Design, Synthesis, and Structural Characterization of Molecular and Supramolecular Heterobimetallic Metallamacrocycles Based on the 1,1‘-Bis(4-pyridyl)ferrocene (Fe(η 5 -C 5 H 4 -1-C 5 H 4 N) 2 ) Ligand
  219. On the products obtained from reaction of rac-diphenyl[2.2]para-cyclophanylphosphine with (cycloocta-1,5-diene)palladium(II)chloride
  220. Bis(carbene)pyridine Complexes of Cr(III):  Exceptionally Active Catalysts for the Oligomerization of Ethylene
  221. A Synthetic Alternative to the Type-II Intramolecular 4 + 3 Cycloaddition Reaction
  222. Intramolecular versus Intermolecular Hydrogen Bonding of Coordinated Acetate to Organic Acids: A Neutron, X-ray, and Database Study
  223. Organic Macrocyclic Polyamine-Based Receptors for Anions
  224. Slow Anion Exchange, Conformational Equilibria, and Fluorescent Sensing in Venus Flytrap Aminopyridinium-Based Anion Hosts
  225. Electrochemical Studies on the Modular Podand 1,3,5-Tris(3-((ferrocenylmethyl)amino)pyridiniumyl)-2,4,6-triethylbenzene Hexafluorophosphate in Conventional Solvents and Ionic Liquids
  226. Influence of hydrogen bonding on ‘soft’ coordination geometries: further examples
  227. The synthesis and structural characterisation of 2-arsa- and 2-stiba-1,3-dionato complexes of s- and p-block elements
  228. Should solid-state molecular packing have to obey the rules of crystallographic symmetry?
  229. Oxo-anion binding by metal containing molecular ‘clefts’
  230. Facile Pyrazolylborate Ligand Degradation at Lanthanide Centers:  X-ray Crystal Structures of Pyrazolylborinate-Bridged Bimetallics
  231. Facile syntheses of new multidentate (phosphino)amines: X-ray structure of 1,4-{(OC)4Mo(Ph2P)2NCH2}2C6H4
  232. Anisotropic thermal expansion in 18-crown-6·2 H2O·2 HNO3
  233. Fluorination of sulfanyl amides using difluoroiodoarene reagents
  234. Coordination Chemistry and Catalytic Activity of Ruthenium Complexes of Terdentate Phosphorus−Nitrogen−Phosphorus (PNP) and Bidentate Phosphorus−Nitrogen (PNH) Ligands
  235. Molecular "Ghosts"
  236. Dimeric Self-Assembling Capsules Derived from the Highly Flexible Tribenzylamine Skeleton †
  237. 4-Hydroxy-N-methylproline
  238. Examining the effect of hemilabile donor groups in non-C2 symmetrical terdentate ligands
  240. Investigations into the small-bite N-functionalised amido chemistry of silicon and tin(IV)
  241. Channel-containing 1D coordination polymers based on a linear dimetallic spacer
  242. Application of chiral lithium amide base chemistry to the synthesis of planar chiral (arene)tricarbonylchromium(0) complexes
  243. Intramolecular base-stabilised adducts of main group halides
  244. Intermolecular Interactions in (Arene)chromium Carbonyl Compounds:  Prediction of Chiral Crystal Packing from Racemate Structure
  245. Molecular design using electrostatic interactions. Part 4: Synthesis and properties of flexible tetrapodand tetracations derived from naphthalene. Role of structured water in the electrostatic binding of polyanion guests: a model for interactions in bi...
  246. Cooperative anion binding and electrochemical sensing by modular podands
  247. Helical Sense Bias Induced by Point Chirality in Cage Compounds
  248. Complexation of 3-(2-pyridyl)substituted N-methyl isoxazolidine with Pd(II), Zn(II) and Cu(II): stereochemistry of co-ordination compounds in solution and solid-state
  249. Weak interactions induce asymmetry in the crystal structures of triaryl derivatives of group 14 elements
  250. Linking of metal centres through boryl ligands: synthesis, spectroscopic and structural characterisation of symmetrically bridged boryl complexes
  251. C-Donor lariat ether ‘scorpionates’
  252. Chemical, Electrochemical, and Structural Aspects of the Ruthenium Complexes Ru(η-arene)Cl 2 (P) (Where Arene = Benzene, [2.2]Paracyclophane and P = Triphenylphosphine, rac -[2.2]Paracyclophanylphosphine)
  253. A Biosynthetic Proposal for Ring Formation in the Antitumor Agent Halichomycin. Asymmetric Synthesis of the AB-Carbon Backbone of Halichomycin
  254. Anion sensing ‘venus flytrap’ hosts: a modular approach
  255. Phosphoramidate-Mediated Conversion of Carbonyl Ligands into Isocyanide Ligands: A New Approach to Chiral Isocyanide Ligands
  256. Implications for Mercury Toxicity from the Structure of An Oxacalix[3]arene-HgCl 2 Complex?
  257. Coordination polymers based on cadmium(ii) pyridine complexes: synthesis, range of existence, and structureDedicated to Prof. Dr. G. E. Herberich on the occasion of his 65th birthday.
  258. Synthesis and structural analysis of dehydrophenylalanine cyclophanes
  259. Insights into supramolecular design 2: Analysis of anion coordination geometry of oxoanions in a protonated polyamine matrixPart 1: ref. 1. Electronic supplementary information (ESI) available: Hydrogen bonds for new compounds. See
  260. Slow epimerization of stereochemically rigid diastereomers of the equatorially substituted cluster [Os3H2(μ3-S)(CO)8{(S)-PhCHMeNH2}]
  261. Why do polymorphs form? A single crystal phase transformation from weak dipolar interactions to a sixfold phenyl embrace
  262. Utilization of crown ethers to stabilize the dinuclear μ-oxo bridged iron(iii) aqua ion, [(H2O)5Fe(μ-O)Fe(OH2)5]4+
  263. A new organometallic synthon in diamondoid crystal engineering?
  264. The synthesis of new bimetallic complex salts by halide/sulfur chelate cross transfer: X-ray crystal structures of the salts [Ni(S2CNEt2)(dppe)]2[HgBr4], [Pt(S2CNEt2)(dppe)]2[CdCl4], [Co(S2CNEt2)2(dppe)]2[Cl3ZnO:(Ph)2PCH2CH2P(Ph)2:OZnCl3] and [Pd(S2CNn...
  265. Anion-induced structural diversity in 12-crown-4 complexes of transition metal salts
  266. A Novel Recyclable Sulfur Monoxide Transfer Reagent
  267. The interaction of 2-arsa- and 2-stiba-1,3-dionato lithium complexes with Group 8–12 metal halides
  268. Synthesis and Characterization of Gallium Silylamido Complexes
  269. Oxonium Ions from Aqua Regia:  Isolation by Hydrogen Bonding to Crown Ethers
  270. The First Structurally Characterized Hypervalent Silicon Hydride:  Unexpected Molecular Geometry and Si−H···K Interactions
  271. Synthesis and Structural Characterization of Tin(II) and Zinc(II) Derivatives of Cyclic α-Hydroxyketones, Including the Structures of Sn(maltol)2, Sn(tropolone)2, Zn(tropolone)2, and Zn(hinokitiol)2
  272. Chromous hydrazine sulfate
  273. Amidinato and triazenido complexes of ruthenium(II): X-ray crystal structure of the N,N′-diphenylformamidine fragmentation product [RuCl(NH2Ph){PhNC(H)NPh}(Me2SO)2]
  274. First- and second-sphere coordination chemistry of alkali metal crown ether complexes
  275. Supramolecular interactions in metal tosylate complexes
  276. Synthesis and characterisation of {Mo(η-L)(CO)3}+ (η-L = C5H5 or C5Me5) fragments ligated with [CB11H12]− and derivatives. Isolation and structural characterisation of an intermediate in a silver salt metathesis reaction
  277. Engineering of porous π-stacked solids using mechanochemistry
  278. Dimerization of tris(o-ureidobenzyl)amines: a novel class of aggregates
  279. Multiple substitutions on (η6-arene)tricarbonylchromium(0) complexes
  280. A novel carbanion-Based coordination polymer with versatile adsorption and desorption properties
  281. Rhodium cyclooctadiene complexes of the weakly co-ordinating carborane anion [closo-CB11H12]−. Isolation and crystal structures of [(COD)Rh(η2-CB11H12)] and [(COD)Rh(THF)2][CB11H12]
  282. Convenient syntheses, spectroscopic and structural characterisation of bi-functional boranes
  283. N,N′-Diphenylthioureido complexes of ruthenium, osmium and iridium
  284. Crystals that breathe
  285. Homoleptic silyl complexes of arsenic and antimony
  286. Ruthenium carboxylate complexes [Ru(O2CR)2(H2O)(Me2SO)3] (R=Me, CF3)-synthesis and X-ray crystal structures.
  287. The synthesis and characterisation of [Pd(S2CNEt2){Ph2P(CH2)nPPh2}]+ salts of some chlorometallate anions (n=1, 3, 4): X-ray crystal structures of the salts [Pd(S2CNEt2){Ph2P(CH2)nPPh2}]2[MCl4] (n=1, 4; M=Cd; n=3; M=Hg)
  288. Molecular Design using Electrostatic Interactions. Part 2: Synthesis and Properties of Flexible Dipodand Di- and Tetra-cations with Restricted Conformations. Charge, Shape and Size in Molecular Complexation
  289. Synthesis and Characterization of a Homoleptic Thiolate Complex of Titanium(IV)
  290. N,N′,N″-Triphenylguanidinate(−1) complexes of ruthenium, osmium and iridium: synthesis and X-ray crystal structures
  291. Structure of the alums. I. On the sulfate group disorder in the α-alums
  292. Synthesis, structure, and reactivity of osmium π-thiophene complexes
  293. Insights into supramolecular design from analysis of halide coordination geometry in a protonated polyamine matrix
  294. Linking of metal centres through boryl ligands: synthesis, spectroscopic and structural characterisation of a symmetrically bridged boryl complex CpFe(CO)2BO2C6H2O2BFe(CO)2Cp
  295. Synthesis and structures of chromium tricarbonyl complexes of benzylic halides and benzylic alcohols †
  296. Transition metal complexes of the weakly coordinating carborane anion [CB11H12]−: the first isolation and structural characterisation of an intermediate in a silver salt metathesis reaction
  297. A novel non-facial mode of azulene cluster co-ordination. Crystal and molecular structure of the dicarbenoid Os3(μ-H)2(CO)9(μ3-η1∶η1∶η1-C10H6)
  298. The synthesis and co-ordination chemistry of new functionalised pyridylphosphines derived from Ph2PCH2OH †
  299. Conformational Preferences ofO-Substituted Oxacalix[3]Arenes
  300. Syntheses and X-ray crystal structures of [Co(η2-CO3)(NH3)4](NO3)·0.5H2O and [(NH3)3Co(μ-OH)2(μ-CO3)Co(NH3)3][NO3]2·H2O
  301. Is the unconventional H⋯H bond more common than expected? Synthesis and X-ray structure of monomeric [Ru(CO)H2(PPh3)3]
  302. Synthesis and crystal structures of π-tetramethylthiophene complexes of ruthenium(II)
  303. Nucleophilic addition to ruthenium activated tetramethylthiophene
  304. A ‘toothpaste tube’ model for ion transport through trans-membrane channels
  305. Formation of an organometallic coordination polymer from the reaction of silver(I) with a non-complimentary lariat ether
  306. Reproducible growth of a neutral inorganic co-crystal: Pd{PPh2(C16H15)}2Cl2.[Pd{PPh2(C16H15)}Cl2]2.solvate (solvate = CH2Cl2 or Et2O)
  307. Compounds containing λ3,σ2-SbC bonds: synthesis and structural characterisation of the first stiba-enol, Mes*C(O)SbC(OH)Mes* (Mes* = C6H2But3-2,4,6) and a 2,3-distibabutadiene, {Mes(Me3SiO)CSb}2 (Mes = C6H2Me3-2,4,6) †
  308. N,N ′,N ″-Triphenylguanidinate(1−) complexes of ruthenium and palladium: syntheses and crystal structures †
  309. Orientational isomerism in bridging 2-pyridyl complexes: orthometallation of (S )-nicotine and (R)-1-(4-pyridyl)ethanol in triosmium clusters
  310. Stabilisation of sodium complexes of 18-crown-6 by intramolecular hydrogen bonding †
  311. Crown ether chemistry of the alkaline earth nitrates
  312. Topological control in coordination polymers by non-covalent forces
  313. Transformations of alkynyl ligands at iron centres: alkenyl formation via addition of PPh3 and enyne generation via head-to-head coupling and addition of benzene
  314. Synthesis and Structural Characterization of Novel Rhodium−Diacylarsenido Complexes
  315. Weak Interactions in Silver Complexes of 15-Crown-5
  316. Formation of Lanthanide and Actinide Oxonium Ion Complexes with Crown Ethers from a Liquid Clathrate Medium †
  317. A Synthesis of Atenolol Using a Nitrile Hydration Catalyst
  318. Redox-active Schiff base ligands
  319. Bowl vs Saddle Conformations in Cyclononatriene-Based Anion Binding Hosts
  320. Effect of weak hydrogen bonding and included solvent on the crystal structure of the square-planar complex trans-Pt{PPh2(C16H15)}2Cl2
  321. Effects of non-molecular forces on molecular structure in tris(thiourea)copper(I)
  322. New insights into the formation of extended supramolecular architectures from simple building blocks
  323. Synthesis and structural characterisation of a novel 2,3-distibene-1,4-dione complex, [Pt(PEt3)2{η2-ButC(O)SbSbC(O)But}]
  324. Oxonium-ion crown ether complexes from aqua regia
  325. Hydrogen bonded polymers and oligomers from metal salts and 18-crown-6
  326. C–H···π hydrogen bonding vs. anion complexation in rhodium(I) complexes of cyclotriveratrylene
  327. Intra-Cavity Inclusion of[CpFeII(arene)]+ Guests by Cyclotriveratrylene
  328. Anion Binding within the Cavity of π-Metalated Calixarenes
  329. Inclusion chemistry of cyclotriveratrylene and cyclotricatechylene
  330. Anion inclusion within the cavity of π-metalatedp-t-butylcalix[5]arene
  331. Laying traps for elusive prey: recent advances in the non-covalent binding of anions
  332. Ruthenium-mediated cyclodimerisation of buta-1,3-diene
  333. Transition Metal Complexes of p -Sulfonatocalix[5]arene
  334. Inclusion of Neutral and Anionic Guests within the Cavity of π-Metalated Cyclotriveratrylenes
  335. Supramolecular Chemistry of p-Sulfonatocalix[5]arene: A Water-Soluble, Bowl-Shaped Host with a Large Molecular Cavity
  336. Hosting a Radioactive Guest: Binding of 99TcO4- by a Metalated Cyclotriveratrylene
  337. A selenocyanate derivative of an allyl ruthenium(IV) compound
  338. Neutral and anionic halide complexes of ruthenium(IV)
  339. A Water-Soluble“Bear Trap” Exhibiting Strong Anion Complexation Properties
  340. Inclusion chemistry of cyclotetracatechylene
  341. Inclusion chemistry of cyclotetraveratrylene
  342. Ball and Socket Nanostructures: New Supramolecular Chemistry Based on Cyclotriveratrylene
  343. Coordination of primary amine ligands to an allyl ruthenium(IV) centre
  344. Organometallic complexes of ruthenium(IV) with bidentate oxygen and nitrogen donor ligands
  345. Organometallic thiol and thiolato complexes of ruthenium(IV)
  346. Synthesis of cationic organometallic calixarene hosts by direct metalation of the outer face
  347. Nitrato complexes of ruthenium(IV): chelating, “semi-chelating” and monodentate coordination modes
  348. Synthesis and electrochemistry of organometallic ethanethiolato bridged complexes of ruthenium(IV)
  349. Cyclohexenyl [2.2]paracyclophane complexes of ruthenium(II): Highly fluxional agostics from the sequential reduction of arenes
  350. Sterically controlled double nucleophilic addition reactions of (η6-arene)(η6-[2.2]paracyclophane)ruthenium(II) complexes and reactions to form highly fluxional agostic cyclohexenyls
  351. Mono- and bi-dentate carboxylato complexes of ruthenium(IV)
  352. A novel organometallic ruthenium(IV) thiocyanato-bridged dimer
  353. Geometrical isomerism in 2-hydroxypyridinate and pyridine-2-thiolate complexes derived from the ruthenium(IV) bis(allyl) dimer [{Ru(η3: η3-C10H16)Cl(µ-Cl)}2]
  354. Reactions of (η6-arene)(η6-[2.2]paracyclophane)ruthenium(II) complexes with nucleophiles
  355. Synthesis of cationic ruthenium(IV) allyl compounds containing chelating N-donor ligands: X-ray crystal structure of [(η3:η3-C10H16)Ru(N3C15H11)][BF4]2·CH3NO2
  356. Mono-, bi- and trinuclear bis(allyl) complexes of ruthenium(IV) containing N-donor ligands
  357. Dinuclear carboxylato-bridged complexes of ruthenium(IV)
  358. Hydrogen bonding
  359. Organometallic carboxylato compounds of ruthenium(IV)
  360. Synthesis and characterisation of a pyrazine bridged bis-allyl ruthenium(IV) complex. Crystal structure of [{(η3:η3-C10H16)RuCl2}2(μ-C4H4N2)]·2CHCl3
  361. Some reactions of [(η6-C6Me6)Ru(η6-[2.2]paracyclophane)]-[BF4]2 with nucleophiles
  362. Characterisation of the air- and water-stable organometallic ruthenium(IV) complex [(η3: η2: η3-C12H18)RuCl(H2O)][BF4]
  363. The reactions of [Ru(η6-arene)Cl2]2 compounds with a series of aminopyridine ligands: X-ray crystal structures of [Ru(η6-1,4-MeC6H4CHMe2)Cl2(NC5H4NH2)] and [Ru(η6-C16H16)Cl2(NC5H4NH2)]