Crystal engineering of organic and metal-organic solids: design, structure and properties

@inproceedings{Buar2010CrystalEO,
  title={Crystal engineering of organic and metal-organic solids: design, structure and properties},
  author={D. Bu{\vc}ar},
  year={2010}
}
  • D. Bučar
  • Published 2010
  • Materials Science
  • Crystal engineering has recently emerged as a method of choice for the design and the construction of both organic and metal-organic functional materials. Solid-state synthesis, of the most commonly studied aspects of crystal engineering, has been shown to provide access to molecular targets that are hardly obtainable using principles of conventional (i.e. solution-based) organic synthesis. Reactions in the solid state, however, are not routinely used in organic synthetic chemistry. The scarce… CONTINUE READING

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