The Crystalline States of Organic Compounds

The Crystalline States of Organic Compounds
Author: Angelo Gavezzotti
Publsiher: Elsevier
Total Pages: 302
Release: 2021-12-03
ISBN 10: 0128237473
ISBN 13: 9780128237472
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

The Crystalline States of Organic Compounds Book Review:

The Crystalline States of Organic Compounds, Volume 22 provides a concise, objective survey of how molecular crystals are theoretically described, modeled, and applied, covering both foundational and fast-growing areas ranging from chemical bonding and crystallographic database use, to polymorphism, co-crystallization, crystal structure prediction, and molecular dynamics simulation. Drawing on the extensive experience of its expert author, the book provides authoritative insight into the key knowledge, methods, and future directions in the field for researchers interested in crystal chemistry across academia and industry. Part 1 introduces the key information needed to understand the formation, structure, and properties of crystals in organic compounds, beginning with a guide to electron densities and chemical bonding, intermolecular bonds, and multi-molecular asymmetric units. Chapters go on to discuss organic crystal potentials, crystal polymorphism, and organic crystal nucleation, before Part 2 goes on to explore methods and approaches in more detail. X-ray analysis of crystals, crystal structure prediction from molecular structure, dynamic simulation of aggregate chemical systems, and nonconventional techniques are all discussed in detail. Distills key theoretical information and practical methods in a single resource Describes effective use of such tools as X-ray analysis, dynamic simulations, and databases Provides additional clarity through a high number of carefully selected visuals, multimedia elements and a crystallography tutorial

The Crystalline States of Organic Compounds

The Crystalline States of Organic Compounds
Author: Angelo Gavezzotti
Publsiher: Elsevier
Total Pages: 290
Release: 2021-09-17
ISBN 10: 0128237481
ISBN 13: 9780128237489
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

The Crystalline States of Organic Compounds Book Review:

The Crystalline States of Organic Compounds, Volume 22 provides a concise, objective survey of how molecular crystals are theoretically described, modeled, and applied, covering both foundational and fast-growing areas ranging from chemical bonding and crystallographic database use, to polymorphism, co-crystallization, crystal structure prediction, and molecular dynamics simulation. Drawing on the extensive experience of its expert author, the book provides authoritative insight into the key knowledge, methods, and future directions in the field for researchers interested in crystal chemistry across academia and industry. Part 1 introduces the key information needed to understand the formation, structure, and properties of crystals in organic compounds, beginning with a guide to electron densities and chemical bonding, intermolecular bonds, and multi-molecular asymmetric units. Chapters go on to discuss organic crystal potentials, crystal polymorphism, and organic crystal nucleation, before Part 2 goes on to explore methods and approaches in more detail. X-ray analysis of crystals, crystal structure prediction from molecular structure, dynamic simulation of aggregate chemical systems, and nonconventional techniques are all discussed in detail. Distills key theoretical information and practical methods in a single resource Describes effective use of such tools as X-ray analysis, dynamic simulations, and databases Provides additional clarity through a high number of carefully selected visuals, multimedia elements and a crystallography tutorial

The Thermal Anisotropy of Organic Compounds in the Crystalline State

The Thermal Anisotropy of Organic Compounds in the Crystalline State
Author: R. E. Gilbert
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 1954
ISBN 10: 1928374650XXX
ISBN 13: OCLC:1006111718
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

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The Thermal Anistropy of Organic Compounds in the Crystalline State

The Thermal Anistropy of Organic Compounds in the Crystalline State
Author: Anonim
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 276
Release: 1954
ISBN 10: 1928374650XXX
ISBN 13: OCLC:926347069
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

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Recent Advances in Crystallography

Recent Advances in Crystallography
Author: Jason B. Benedict
Publsiher: BoD – Books on Demand
Total Pages: 326
Release: 2012-09-19
ISBN 10: 9535107542
ISBN 13: 9789535107545
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Recent Advances in Crystallography Book Review:

The advent of X-ray diffraction in the early twentieth century transformed crystallography from an area of scientific inquiry largely limited to physics, mineralogy, and mathematics, to a highly interdisciplinary field which now includes nearly all life and physical sciences as well as materials science and engineering. This book is a collection of works showcasing some of the most recent developments in the field of crystallography.

Advances in Organic Crystal Chemistry

Advances in Organic Crystal Chemistry
Author: Masami Sakamoto,Hidehiro Uekusa
Publsiher: Springer Nature
Total Pages: 538
Release: 2020-07-10
ISBN 10: 9811550859
ISBN 13: 9789811550850
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Advances in Organic Crystal Chemistry Book Review:

This book summarizes and records the recent notable advances in diverse topics in organic crystal chemistry, which has made substantial progress along with the rapid development of a variety of analysis and measurement techniques for solid organic materials. This review book is one of the volumes that are published periodically on this theme. The previous volume, published in 2015, systematically summarized the remarkable progress in assorted topics of organic crystal chemistry using organic solids and organic–inorganic hybrid materials during the previous 5 years, and it has been widely read. The present volume also shows the progress of organic solid chemistry in the last 5 years, with contributions mainly by invited members of the Division of Organic Crystal Chemistry of the Chemical Society of Japan (CSJ), together with prominent invited authors from countries other than Japan.

Organic Crystal Engineering

Organic Crystal Engineering
Author: Edward R. T. Tiekink,Jagadese Vittal,Michael Zaworotko
Publsiher: John Wiley & Sons
Total Pages: 336
Release: 2010-01-15
ISBN 10: 0470681802
ISBN 13: 9780470681800
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Organic Crystal Engineering Book Review:

Organic Crystal Engineering provides reviews of topics in organic crystal engineering that will be of interest to all researchers in molecular solid-state chemistry. Specialist reviews written by internationally recognized researchers, drawn from both academia and industry, cover topics including crystal structure prediction features, polymorphism, reactions in the solid-state, designing new arrays and delineating prominent intermolecular forces for important organic molecules.

Molecular Organic Materials

Molecular Organic Materials
Author: Jordi Fraxedas
Publsiher: Cambridge University Press
Total Pages: 335
Release: 2006-04-27
ISBN 10: 0521834465
ISBN 13: 9780521834469
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Molecular Organic Materials Book Review:

A useful introduction to the field of molecular organic materials for beginners and experienced chemists, physicists and material scientists.

Characterization of Polymorphism in Crystalline Organic Compounds Using Solid state NMR Spectrsocopy

Characterization of Polymorphism in Crystalline Organic Compounds Using Solid state NMR Spectrsocopy
Author: Brian Edward Padden
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 442
Release: 2000
ISBN 10: 1928374650XXX
ISBN 13: MINN:31951P00731105T
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

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Crystal Structure Prediction

Crystal Structure Prediction
Author: Aldi Asmadi
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2010
ISBN 10: 1928374650XXX
ISBN 13: OCLC:809549459
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Crystal Structure Prediction Book Review:

The knowledge of the packing behaviour of small organic compounds in crystal lattices is of great importance for industries dealing with solid state materials. The properties of materials depend on how the molecules arrange themselves in a crystalline environment. Crystal structure prediction provides a theoretical approach through the application of computational strategies to seek possible crystal packing arrangements (or polymorphs) a compound may adopt. Based on the chemical diagrams, this thesis investigates polymorphism of several small organic compounds. Plausible crystal packings of those compounds are generated, and their lattice energies are minimised using molecular mechanics and/or quantum mechanics methods. Most of the work presented here is conducted using two software packages commercially available in this field, Polymorph Predictor of Materials Studio 4.0 and GRACE 1.0. In general, the computational techniques implemented in GRACE are very good at reproducing the geometries of the crystal structures corresponding to the experimental observations of the compounds, in addition to describing their solid state energetics correctly. Complementing the CSP results obtained using GRACE with isostructurality offers a route by which new potential polymorphs of the targeted compounds might be crystallised using the existing experimental data. Based on all calculations in this thesis, four new potential polymorphs for four different compounds, which have not yet been determined experimentally, are predicted to exist and may be obtained under the right crystallisation conditions. One polymorph is expected to crystallise under pressure. The remaining three polymorphs might be obtained by using a seeding technique or the utilisation of suitable tailor made additives.

Organic Solid State Chemistry

Organic Solid State Chemistry
Author: Gautam R. Desiraju
Publsiher: Elsevier Science Limited
Total Pages: 550
Release: 1987
ISBN 10: 1928374650XXX
ISBN 13: UOM:39015026943665
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Organic Solid State Chemistry Book Review:

With the growing recognition that many organic reactions may be conducted easily in the solid state and that organic solids may have unique optical/electronic properties, there has been much interest - in both academia and industry - in the subject of organic solid state chemistry. This book provides, for the first time, a coherent, unified view of the subject. It describes the packing of molecular crystals and how this packing influences chemical reactions in the solid state. It is concerned with various means of studying the chemistry and physics of molecules in constrained environments. Both experimental and theoretical approaches are discussed. Finally, it tackles the question of prediction of crystal packing, or crystal engineering'. The strength of the book lies in the twin approach adopted, namely that both conceptual and comprehensive chapters are present, in almost equal numbers.

Crystallization of Organic Compounds

Crystallization of Organic Compounds
Author: Hsien-Hsin Tung,Edward L. Paul,Michael Midler,James A. McCauley
Publsiher: John Wiley & Sons
Total Pages: 304
Release: 2009-06-17
ISBN 10: 9780470447789
ISBN 13: 0470447788
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Crystallization of Organic Compounds Book Review:

Filled with industrial examples emphasizing the practical applications of crystallization methodologies Based on the authors' hands-on experiences as process engineers at Merck, Crystallization of Organic Compounds guides readers through the practical aspects of crystallization. It uses plenty of case studies and examples of crystallization processes, ranging from development through manufacturing scale-up. The book not only emphasizes strategies that have been proven successful, it also helps readers avoid common pitfalls that can render standard procedures unsuccessful. The goal of this text is twofold: Build a deeper understanding of the fundamental properties of crystallization as well as the impact of these properties on crystallization process development. Improve readers' problem-solving abilities by using actual industrial examples with real process constraints. Crystallization of Organic Compounds begins with detailed discussions of fundamental thermodynamic properties, nucleation and crystal growth kinetics, process dynamics, and scale-up considerations. Next, it investigates modes of operation, including cooling, evaporation, anti-solvent, and reactive crystallization. The authors conclude with special applications such as ultrasound in crystallization and computational fluid dynamics in crystallization. Most chapters feature multiple examples that guide readers step by step through the crystallization of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs). With its focus on industrial applications, this book is recommended for chemical engineers and chemists who are involved with the development, scale-up, or operation of crystallization processes in the pharmaceutical and fine chemical industries.

Handbook of Organic Materials for Electronic and Photonic Devices

Handbook of Organic Materials for Electronic and Photonic Devices
Author: Oksana Ostroverkhova
Publsiher: Woodhead Publishing
Total Pages: 911
Release: 2018-11-30
ISBN 10: 0081022859
ISBN 13: 9780081022856
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Handbook of Organic Materials for Electronic and Photonic Devices Book Review:

Handbook of Organic Materials for Electronic and Photonic Devices, Second Edition, provides an overview of the materials, mechanisms, characterization techniques, structure-property relationships, and most promising applications of organic materials. This new release includes new content on emerging organic materials, expanded content on the basic physics behind electronic properties, and new chapters on organic photonics. As advances in organic materials design, fabrication, and processing that enabled charge unprecedented carrier mobilities and power conversion efficiencies have made dramatic advances since the first edition, this latest release presents a necessary understanding of the underlying physics that enabled novel material design and improved organic device design. Provides a comprehensive overview of the materials, mechanisms, characterization techniques, and structure property relationships of organic electronic and photonic materials Reviews key applications, including organic solar cells, light-emitting diodes electrochemical cells, sensors, transistors, bioelectronics, and memory devices New content to reflect latest advances in our understanding of underlying physics to enable material design and device fabrication

Design of Organic Solids

Design of Organic Solids
Author: Edwin Weber
Publsiher: Springer
Total Pages: 220
Release: 2003-09-05
ISBN 10: 3540691782
ISBN 13: 9783540691785
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Design of Organic Solids Book Review:

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.

Organic Chemistry in Confining Media

Organic Chemistry in Confining Media
Author: Zory Vlad Todres
Publsiher: Springer Science & Business Media
Total Pages: 194
Release: 2013-07-17
ISBN 10: 3319001582
ISBN 13: 9783319001586
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Organic Chemistry in Confining Media Book Review:

Zory Vlad Todres' monograph offers a fresh insight into an important and developed area of organic chemistry. Calixarene, cyclodextrins, and cucurbiturils as host molecules are well known, but the corresponding new and demonstrative publications deserve new exposition. This book principally widens our consideration of organic reactivity in confining media. Topics discussed include: effects of micellization, porous effects, effects of solvent cages, complexation to organometallic compounds, hydrogen-bond or charge-transfer complexation, sorption effects, effects of solvents, and stereochemical changes upon confinement. Organic Chemistry in Confining Media is useful for experienced organic chemists working in academia or industry, as well as chemists working in fields contiguous to organic chemistry.

Organic and Inorganic Low Dimensional Crystalline Materials

Organic and Inorganic Low Dimensional Crystalline Materials
Author: Pierre Delhaes,Marc Drillon
Publsiher: Springer Science & Business Media
Total Pages: 482
Release: 2013-12-01
ISBN 10: 1489920919
ISBN 13: 9781489920911
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Organic and Inorganic Low Dimensional Crystalline Materials Book Review:

The research of unitary concepts in solid state and molecular chemistry is of current interest for both chemist and physicist communities. It is clear that due to their relative simplicity, low dimensional materials have attracted most of the attention. Thus, many non-trivial problems were solved in chain systems, giving some insight into the behavior of real systems which would otherwise be untractable. The NATO Advanced Research Workshop on "Organic and Inorganic Low-Dimensional Crystalline Materials" was organized to review the most striking electronic properties exhibited by organic and inorganic sytems whose space dimensionality ranges from zero (Od) to one (1d), and to discuss related scientific and technological potentials. The initial objectives of this Workshop were, respectively: i) To research unitary concepts in solid state physics, in particular for one dimensional compounds, ii) To reinforce, through a close coupling between theory and experiment, the interplay between organic and inorganic chemistry, on the one hand, and solid state physics on the other, iii) To get a salient understanding of new low-dimensional materials showing "exotic" physical properties, in conjunction with structural features.

Organic Solid State Reactions

Organic Solid State Reactions
Author: Fumio Toda
Publsiher: Springer Science & Business Media
Total Pages: 275
Release: 2013-03-14
ISBN 10: 9401700893
ISBN 13: 9789401700894
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Organic Solid State Reactions Book Review:

Most organic reactions have long been carried out in organic solvents without concern for their real necessity, reaction efficiency, and pollution problems. Very recently, we have found that most organic reactions can be carried out in the absence of a solvent, namely, in the solid state. In many cases, the solid-state reaction proceeds more easily and efficiently, and even more selectively than solution reaction. This shows that molecules move easily and selectively in the solid state. This finding changed the classical idea which suggests "molecules do not move and reactions do not occur in the solid state", and opened up a new research field for the study molecular dynamics in the solid state. The organic solid state reactions have many possibilities to be developed. For example, enantioselective reactions can easily be accomplished by carrying out the reaction in an inclusion complex crystal with an optically active host compound. Catalytic reactions also proceed in the solid state. Moreover, the solid-state reactions are more economical and ecologically sound. In the future, pollution-free synthetic procedures in the solid state will become increasingly important, not only in chemical industries but also in university laboratories.

Crystalline State Photoreactions

Crystalline State Photoreactions
Author: Yuji Ohashi
Publsiher: Springer Science & Business Media
Total Pages: 208
Release: 2014-02-18
ISBN 10: 4431543732
ISBN 13: 9784431543732
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Crystalline State Photoreactions Book Review:

This book focuses on a variety of photochemical reaction processes in the crystalline state. The crystalline state reaction is a new category of solid state reaction, in which a reaction occurs with retention of the single crystal form. The whole reaction processes were observed directly by X-ray and neutron diffractions. In this book, not only the structures of metastable intermediates, such as radicals, carbenes, and nitrenes, but also the unstable species of photochromic compounds and photo-excited structures are shown with colored figures of the molecular structures, with more than 200 figures. The book is an indispensable resource not only for organic, inorganic and physical chemists but also for graduate students, as it furnishes more than 300 references.

Advances in Physical Organic Chemistry

Advances in Physical Organic Chemistry
Author: Anonim
Publsiher: Academic Press
Total Pages: 242
Release: 1995-10-05
ISBN 10: 0080581692
ISBN 13: 9780080581699
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Advances in Physical Organic Chemistry Book Review:

The objective of the serial is to present considered reviews on the quantitative study of organic compounds and their behavior--physical organic chemistry in its broadest sense--in a manner accessible to a general readership. This thirtieth volume contains four topics on diverse subjects.

Specific Intermolecular Interactions of Organic Compounds

Specific Intermolecular Interactions of Organic Compounds
Author: Alexei K. Baev
Publsiher: Springer Science & Business Media
Total Pages: 434
Release: 2012-01-13
ISBN 10: 3642216218
ISBN 13: 9783642216213
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Specific Intermolecular Interactions of Organic Compounds Book Review:

Prof. Baev presents in his book the development of the thermodynamic theory of specific intermolecular interactions for a wide spectrum of organic compounds: ethers, ketones, alcohols, carboxylic acids, and hydrocarbons. The fundamentals of an unconventional approach to the theory of H-bonding and specific interactions are formulated based on a concept of pentacoordinate carbon atoms. New types of hydrogen bonds and specific interactions are substantiated and on the basis of the developed methodology their energies are determined. The system of interconnected quantitative characteristics of the stability of specific intermolecular interactions is presented. The laws of their transformations are discussed and summarized. The new concept of the extra stabilizing effect of isomeric methyl groups on the structure and stability of organic molecules is introduced and the destabilization action on specific interactions is outlined.