Computed crystal energy landscapes for understanding and predicting organic crystal structures and polymorphism.

@article{Price2009ComputedCE,
  title={Computed crystal energy landscapes for understanding and predicting organic crystal structures and polymorphism.},
  author={Sarah L. Price},
  journal={Accounts of chemical research},
  year={2009},
  volume={42 1},
  pages={117-26}
}
The phenomenon of polymorphism, the ability of a molecule to adopt more than one crystal structure, is a well-established property of crystalline solids. The possible variations in physical properties between polymorphs make the reliable reproduction of a crystalline form essential for all research using organic materials, as well as quality control in manufacture. Thus, the last two decades have seen both an increase in interest in polymorphism and the availability of the computer power needed… CONTINUE READING

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