Special Issue "Feature Papers in Organic Crystalline Materials"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2022) | Viewed by 21161
Interests: supramolecular chemistry; crystal engineering; chemical nanoscience; molecular organisation from solid-state and solution-based self-assembly of nanoscale molecular architectures to success in surface molecular organisation
Interests: coordination polymer; metal-organic framework; nanocatalyst; Lanthanide-doped semiconductor and advanced materials for wastewater remediation
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The Section Organic Crystalline Materials of Crystals provides a forum to report advances in our understanding of all topics concerning crystalline materials containing organic molecules. Studies of organic crystalline structure include supramolecular interactions between molecules such as hydrogen bonding, halogen bonding, and stacking interactions; functional materials prepared using organic molecules, including assemblies of dyes or radicals; and porous organic structures such as metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) or hydrogen-bonded organic frameworks (HOFs). Analysis of packing arrangements of organic molecules and how these affect polymorphs and functional properties. Organometallic molecules, in addition to purely organic systems, are also deemed suitable for submissions.
The aim of this Special Issue on “Reviewing featured topics in Organic Crystalline Materials” is to review the knowledge on featured topics in the organic crystals field. To achieve this, the Special Issue edited by the Editor-in-Chief and all academic editors is inviting prominent scientists in the field to submit reviews focused on organic crystalline structures including those that employ supramolecular interactions between molecules, organic crystal polymorphs, functional materials developed from organic molecules, and porous organic structures (MOFs and HOFs). The coverage of topics of this Special Issue is as broad as that of the Section Organic Crystalline Materials, as described above.
We therefore very much look forward to your valued contributions to make this Special Issue a reference resource of essential knowledge for future researchers in the Organic Crystalline Materials field.
Prof. Dr. Neil Champness
Prof. Dr. Younes Hanifehpour
Manuscript Submission Information
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- organic crystalline materials
- supramolecular interactions
- organic crystal polymorphs
- functional organic materials
- porous organic structures
- metal–organic frameworks (MOFs)
- hydrogen-bonded organic frameworks (HOFs)