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Molecular crystals

by J. D. Wright

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge [Cambridgeshire], New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Molecular crystals.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and index.

    StatementJ.D. Wright.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD921 .W72 1987
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 178 p. :
    Number of Pages178
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2380741M
    ISBN 10052126460X
    LC Control Number87009346

    This book begins with a general overview of the basic properties of organic matter, followed by a review on the benefits derived from quantum-chemistry-based models and growth and characterization of high quality, bulk organic crystals and waveguided structures. This review identifies how recent advances in controlling the structure and properties of MOF and COF thin films can be used to establish 2D molecular crystals as a new material platform with key applications in catalysis, sensing, separations, and electronics. In addition to summarizing research efforts sur Recent Review Articles Journal of Materials Chemistry A Emerging Investigators.

    Abstract A review of the ferroelectricity in liquid crystals is given, beginning with a discussion of the symmetry properties allowing a macroscopic polarization in some of the more ordered liquid crystal phases. The fundamental mechanisms behind the dipolar ordering are discussed in some detail. The two linear electric effects, ferro- and flexo-electricity, give rise to completely different. Using four different benchmark sets of molecular crystals, we establish the level of confidence for lattice energies estimated using CE-B3LYP model energies and experimental crystal structures. [ IUCrJ , 4, − /SX.] We conclude that they compare very well with available benchmark estimates derived from.

    (). A review of: ““Introduction to Liquid Crystals Chemistry and Physics” by P.J. Collings and M. Hird, Taylor and Francis, Philadelphia, ; ISBN X (paperback): xi+ pages; $”. Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals Science and Technology. Section A. Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals: Vol. , No. 1, pp. The lattice dynamics of molecular crystals has undergone an enor mous progress in these last twenty years or so. From the other side the lattice dynamical theory familiar in solid state physics for atomic lattices has been extended to molecular arrays.


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In the second edition, the author has taken into account research that has undergone extremely rapid development since the first edition was published in   Molecular Crystals and Molecules deals with some of the problems of molecular crystallography and certain aspects of molecular structure.

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The opening chapter describes the structure of crystals considering the close-packing principle, disorder elements, and binary systems. The next two chapters examine the calculation of crystal Book Edition: 1.

: Organic Molecular Crystals: Their Electronic States (Springer Series in Solid-State Sciences) (): Silinsh, Edgar A., Eiduss, J.: Books. This advanced textbook describes their chemical and physical structure, their optical and electronic properties, and the reactions between neighbouring molecules in crystals.

The author has taken. Bernstein's book provides an excellent overview of the field of polymorphysm as concerned to molecular crystals. The initial part of the book provides historical information and a discussion on the terminology used in this by:   Polymorphism in Molecular Crystals (International Union of Crystallography Monographs on Crystallography Book 14) - Kindle edition by Bernstein, Joel.

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The opening chapter deals with nomenclature, a historical perspective of the phenomenon, and the industrial and commercial importance of polymorphism. Molecular crystals and molecules by Kitaĭgorodskiĭ, A. I.,Academic Press edition, in EnglishPages: Crystal Bible Volume 2 is also written by Judy Hall, and like the first volume, Volume 2 of the Crystal Bible is also one of my favorite crystal books.

When it came out it was a good addition to the first book as it covers some of the less well-known stones. Molecular Crystals ( - ) Browse the list of issues and latest articles from Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals.

This book describes the chemical and physical structure of molecular crystals, their optical and electronic properties, and the reactions between neighboring molecules in crystals.

In the second edition, the author has taken into account research that has undergone extremely rapid development since the first edition was published in For instance, he gives extensive coverage to the.

In the last two decades, there has been a sharp rise in the interest in olymorphic systems, as an intrinsically interesting phenomenon, and as an increasingly important component in the development and marketing of a variety of materials based on organic molecule (e.g. pharmaceuticals, dyes and pigments, explosives etc) This book summarizes and brings up to date the current knowledge and understanding of polymorphism of molecular crystals.

This book summarizes and brings up to date the current knowledge and understanding of polymorphism of molecular crystals, and concentrates it in one comprehensive source.

The book will be an invaluable reference for students, researchers, and professionals in the field.4/5(3). Molecular Crystals is also suitable for special topics in final year undergraduate courses in chemistry, physics and electronic engineering.

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In molecular crystals, the excitons can be very well described by the Frenkel the interaction between the atoms in the molecule is much stronger than that between the atoms in different molecules, most of the crystal. Summary: This advanced textbook describes the chemical and physical structure of molecular crystals, their optical and electronic properties, and the reactions that can take place between neighbouring molecules in crystals.

It is aimed at final-year undergraduates and first-year graduates. This book is based on the results of many years of experimental work by the author and his colleagues, dealing with the electronic properties of organic crystals. Silinsh has played a leading role in pOinting out the importance of the polarization energy by an excess carrier, in determining not only the character of the carrier mobility in.

Huge advances have been made in the study of molecular crystals. Not least in 'buckyballs', to which a chapter is devoted.

In particular this book provides the reader with a sound basis for future developments of organic solid-state materials in device applications. The Handbook of Liquid Crystals is a unique compendium of knowledge on all aspects of liquid crystals.

In over pages the Handbook provides detailed information on the basic principles of both low- and high-molecular weight materials, as well as the synthesis, characterization, modification, and applications (such as in computer displays or as structural materials) of all types of liquid.

Some molecular crystals, such as ice, have molecules held together by hydrogen bonds. When one of the noble gases is cooled and solidified, the lattice points are individual atoms rather than molecules. In all cases, the intermolecular forces holding the particles together are far weaker than either ionic or covalent bonds.

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Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals, Vol.Issue.p. CrossRef. Controlling and predicting the structural properties of porous molecular crystals would have important implications in gas adsorption, separation and catalysis applications, but .