The (Current) Acridine Solid Form Landscape: Eight Polymorphs and a Hydrate

@article{Schur2019TheA,
  title={The (Current) Acridine Solid Form Landscape: Eight Polymorphs and a Hydrate},
  author={Einat Schur and Joel Bernstein and Louise S. Price and Rui Guo and Sarah L. Price and Saul H. Lapidus and Peter W. Stephens},
  journal={Crystal Growth \& Design},
  year={2019}
}
The simple planar molecule acridine is polymorphically promiscuous, with, at latest count, eight distinct unsolvated forms, and one hydrate. This makes it a compelling model system to study its polymorphism, as this represents a challenge to our understanding of crystallization. 
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