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By Edward R. T. Tiekink, Jagadese Vittal

Crystal engineering - the place the myriad of intermolecular forces working within the solid-state are hired to layout new nano- and sensible fabrics - is a key new expertise with implications for catalysis, prescribed drugs, synthesis and fabrics science.

Frontiers in Crystal Engineering gathers own views, from overseas experts operating in molecular points of crystal engineering, at the sensible and theoretical demanding situations of the self-discipline, and destiny clients. those show the techniques which are getting used to take on the issues linked to the complexity, layout and performance of crystalline molecular solids.

Topics include
* how intermolecular forces direct and maintain crystal structures
* useful engineering and layout elements
* coordination polymers and community structures
* functions in eco-friendly and pharmaceutical chemistry

Frontiers in Crystal Engineering is an invaluable advisor to this interesting new self-discipline for either entrants to the sphere in addition to confirmed practitioners, and for these operating in crystallography, medicinal and pharmaceutical sciences, solid-state chemistry, and fabrics and nanotechnology

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