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By Frank H. Herbstein

This booklet presents a complete and unified account of the constitution and homes of crystalline binary adducts. possibly greater referred to as molecular complexes and compounds, those crystals are at present envisioned (from molecular reputation experiences) to make up one zone of the world's crystals, delivering proof for a few type of distinct allure among the 2 parts. DNA might be the main well-known instance yet others (hydrates, solvates, host-guest inclusion complexes, donor-acceptor compounds) pervade the total physique of good kingdom chemistry. even though a lot study has been released, there hasn't ever been a entire and unified therapy of the full box. This ebook has been designed to fill this hole, evaluating and contrasting many of the examples and the different sorts of interplay (hydrogen bonding, inclusion and localized or delocalized cost transfer). greater than six hundred figures, two hundred tables and 3500 references are incorporated within the publication. due to the fact that such a lot 'parent compounds' shape a few adducts, the fraction of crystalline binary adducts is just going to develop making this account simply the 'tip of the iceberg.'

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A interactions dominate and host (A) and guest (B) 2 Although the word ‘‘channel’’ has wide usage in the literature, ‘‘tunnel’’ is pictorially a far more appropriate term. The latter is beginning to replace the former in the recent literature, and we dare to join this trend. STRUCTURAL CLASSIFICATION OF BINARY ADDUCTS 7 Binary adducts Moieties within molecules Zeolites A…A dominant Inclusion complexes Clathrates Channel inclusion complexes Lamellar complexes A … A dominant, A … B important A … A and B … B equally important Frameworks with guest participation and/or linkage Segregated stack complexes Packing complexes A…B dominant Localized interactions A … A, B … B and A … B all about equally important H-bonded interactions Molecular compounds Charge transfer interactions Delocalized interactions Charge transfer interactions Fig.

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