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Design of Organic Solids : Topics in Current Chemistry - Edwin Weber

Design of Organic Solids

Topics in Current Chemistry

By: Edwin Weber (Editor), Y. Aoyama (Contribution by), M. R. Caira (Contribution by), G. R. Desiraju (Contribution by), J. P. Glusker (Contribution by)

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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 the organic matter surrounding us is not in the single-molecule state but aggregated and condensed to form liquid or solid molecular assemblages and structural arrays giving rise to the appearances and properties of organic compounds we usually observe. Obviously, the electrical, optical or magnetic properties of solid organic materials that are important requirements for future technologies and high-tech applications, as well as the stability and solubility behavior of a medicament depend on the structure of the molecule and the intramolecular forces, but even more decisively on the intermolecular forces, i. e. the packing structure of the molecules to which a general approach is lacking. This situation concerned ]. Maddox some years ago to such a degree that he described it as "one of the continuing scandals in the physical sciences" [see (1998) Nature 335:201; see also Ball, P. (1996) Nature 381:648]. The problem of predicting organic solid and crystal structures is very dif- cult.

Directional Aspects of Intermolecular Interactions
Supramolecular Synthons and Pattern Recognition
Hydrogen-Bonded Ribbons, Tapes and Sheets as Motifs for Crystal Engineering
Functional Organic Zeolite Analogues
Crystalline Polymorphism of Organic Compounds
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ISBN: 9783540646457
ISBN-10: 3540646450
Series: Topics in Current Chemistry
Audience: Professional
Format: Book with Other Items
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 220
Published: 10th September 1998
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5  x 1.27
Weight (kg): 1.12