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This chapter highlights the area of crystallography of molecular systems under high-pressure conditions. It is an area of crystallography that has seen a rapid expansion over the last two decades. Advances in technology and data processing have facilitated the discovery of new materials, polymorphs and chemistries under extreme conditions. We discuss these advances using examples of organic and metal-organic materials as well as providing guidance to the pitfalls to be avoided conducting these studies.
|Title of host publication||21st Century Challenges in Chemical Crystallography I|
|Subtitle of host publication||History and Technical Developments|
|Editors||D. Michael P. Mingos, Paul R. Raithby|
|Place of Publication||Cham, Switzerland|
|Number of pages||58|
|Publication status||E-pub ahead of print - 29 Sept 2020|
|Name||Structure and Bonding|
- amino acids
- coordination polymers
- diamond anvil cell
- high pressure recrystallisation
- large volume press
- molecular magnets
- spin crossover
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Pressure-Induced Nucleation for the Continuous Manufacture of Supramolecular assemblies
Sefcik, J., Ter Horst, J. & Oswald, I.
EPSRC (Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council)
1/06/16 → 30/11/22
Project: Research Fellowship
To polymerise or cyclise, that is the question?
22/04/13 → 21/04/14
Pressure-induced synthesis of doped polymers - a greener route to functional polymers
Oswald, I. & Urquhart, A.
10/12/12 → 9/12/15