Crystal science fundamentals

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Ramachandran, V; Halfpenny, PJ; Roberts, KJ;
  • Publisher: Springer
  • Subject:
    arxiv: Physics::Optics | Condensed Matter::Superconductivity

The fundamentals of crystal science notably crystallography, crystal chemistry, crystal defects, crystal morphology and the surface chemistry of crystals are introduced with particular emphasis on organic crystals.
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    2. McConnell JF (1974) 2-(4-Isobuthylphenyl) propionic acid. C13H18O2 ibuprofen or prufen, Cryst Struct Commun 3:73-75

    3. Fronczek FR, Kamel HN, Slattery M (2003) Three polymorphs ( , , and ) of D-mannitol at 100 K, Acta Crystallogr Sect C:Crystl Struct Commun 59:567-570

    4. See e.g. Kutzke H, Klapper H, Hammond RB, Roberts KJ (2000) Meta-stable -Phase of benzophenone independent structure determinations via X-ray powder diffraction and single crystal studies, Acta Crystallographia B 56:486-496

    5. Comacho-Corzo DM, Thomas D, Muller F, Roberts KJ, Lewtas K and More I (2017) Morphology and growth kinetics of methyl stearate as a function of crystallisation environment, Crystal Growth and Design 17:563 575

    6. Docherty R, Roberts KJ, Saunders V, Black S, Davey RJ (1993) Theoretical analysis of polar morphology and absolute polarity of crystalline urea. Faraday Discussions 95:11-25

    7. Rahim A, Hammond RB, Sheikh AY, Roberts KJ (2013) A comparative assessment of the influence of different crystallisation screening methodologies on the solid forms of carbamazepine co-crystals. CrystEngComm 15:3862-3873

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