Analysis of Hydrogen Bonds in Crystals
by Slawomir J. Grabowski (ed.)
Publisher: MDPI AG 2016
Number of pages: 324
Crystal structures are a source of information on geometries of species that form networks in solids, in addition to providing information on the nature of interactions that occur between them. Hydrogen bonding is one of the most important interactions responsible for the arrangements of molecules and ions in crystals. For this reason, this special issue collects new, interesting, and important findings and ideas on the role of the hydrogen bond in crystals.
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