Themed issue: Weak Hydrogen Bonds – Strong Effects?

PCCP is delighted to present its current issue as a themed issue on Weak Hydrogen Bonds – Strong Effects?, Guest Edited by Wouter Herrebout (University of Antwerp) and Martin Suhm (University of Göttingen).

The cover image of this issue features the work of Dr Kisiel and co-workers on structure and properties of the (HCl)2H2O cluster, observed using chirped-pulse Fourier transform microwave spectroscopy (DOI: 10.1039/C1CP20841A).

coverHighlights in the issue include these high-profile Perspective feature articles:

Weak H-bonds. Comparisons of CHO to NHO in proteins and PHN to direct PN interactions
Steve Scheiner
DOI: 10.1039/C1CP20427K

The CH/π hydrogen bond in chemistry. Conformation, supramolecules, optical resolution and interactions involving carbohydrates
Motohiro Nishio
DOI: 10.1039/C1CP20404A

“Union is strength”: how weak hydrogen bonds become stronger
Sonia Melandri
DOI: 10.1039/C1CP20824A

Browse this high-profile themed issue today!

Call for papers: hydrogen bonding in electronically excited states

To complement this latest issue, PCCP is planning a themed issue in early 2012 which will focus on hydrogen bonding in electronically excited states.
Please submit your paper by 5 December 2011

Find out more about PCCP themed issues on our website.

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