CrystEngComm is the journal for innovative research covering all aspects of crystal engineering – the design of crystals, crystal growth, and the synthesis and evaluation of solid-state materials with desired properties. Here is a selection of our most cited articles of 2017:
Most Cited Research:
This original research is off to a great start, as some of our most cited work these papers and communications are already receiving recognition from the crystal engineering community.
Sheng-Bin Zhou, Xin-Fang Wang, Ceng-Ceng Du, Duo-Zhi Wang and Dianzeng Jia
Yang-Hui Luo, Jing-Wen Wang, Yao-Jia Li, Chen Chen, Pei-Jing An, Sen-Lin Wang, Chao-Qun You and Bai-Wang Sun
Pizzi, L. Lascialfari, N. Demitri, A. Bertolani, D. Maiolo, E. Carretti and P. Metrangolo
|CrystEngComm, 2017,19, 1870-1874
Iodine⋯pi halogen bonding is crucial to the self-assembly of brominated and iodinated Fmoc-phenylalanines.
Most Cited Reviews:
These Highlight articles are among our most cited of 2017, reviewing the advances and trends that are making waves in the crystal growth and supramolecular chemistry community.:
Md. Najbul Hoque and Gopal Das
|CrystEngComm, 2017,19, 1343-1360
This review highlights the solid state recognition of hydrated anions an expanding area in the domain of supramolecular chemistry.
Manuel Souto, Concepció Rovira, Imma Ratera and Jaume Veciana
|CrystEngComm, 2017,19, 197-206
Dyads formed by tetrathiafulvalene (TTF) linked to perchlorotriphenylmethyl (PTM) radicals exhibit interesting physical properties such as bistability in solution or conductivity in solid state.
Iain W. H. Oswald, Binod K. Rai, Gregory T. McCandless, Emilia Morosana and Julia Y. Chan
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