Application of the Method of Molecular Voronoi–Dirichlet Polyhedra for Analysis of Noncovalent Interactions in Aripiprazole Polymorphs

  title={Application of the Method of Molecular Voronoi–Dirichlet Polyhedra for Analysis of Noncovalent Interactions in Aripiprazole Polymorphs},
  author={Viktor N. Serezhkin and Anton V. Savchenkov},
  journal={Crystal Growth \& Design},
Aripiprazole (APZ) is a highly polymorphic chemical compound with nine structurally characterized modifications. Using the method of molecular Voronoi–Dirichlet (VD) polyhedra and the k–Φ criterion... 
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