Khanh-An Tran

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Halogen bonds involving an aromatic moiety as an acceptor, otherwise known as R-X⋅⋅⋅π interactions, have increasingly been recognized as being important in materials and in protein-ligand complexes. These types of interactions have been the subject of many recent investigations, but little is known about the ways in which the strengths of R-X⋅⋅⋅π(More)
Halogen bonds involving cationic halogen bond donors and anionic halogen bond acceptors have recently been recognized as being important in stabilizing the crystal structures of many salts. Theoretical characterization of these types of interactions, most importantly in terms of their directionality, has been limited. Here we generate high-quality symmetry(More)
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