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Molecule-Based Materials

  • ID: 1768413
  • Book
  • 324 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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The properties of a material depend not only on the specific atoms and molecules it contains, but also on the arrangement of these in space. Many of these three-dimensional arrangements are described as "3D-nets" or "3D-networks". Molecule-Based Materials: The Structural Network Approach is about the synthesis, description, nomenclature and analysis of such nets and the relation of the nets to the physical properties of the materials. It introduces the mathematics, and includes a short guide to programs useful for retrieving, analysing and naming nets. Complete with illustrations and examples of coordination polymer and hydrogen bonded nets, this unique easy-to-read book examines all aspects of 3D nets and will undeniably prove itself valuable to newcomers, well-seasoned students and researchers working in crystallography, inorganic or organic chemistry.

* Covers all aspects of molecule-based 3D nets, complete with 3D illustrations
* Contains summary tables of all nets
* Easy reading eliminates the need for background knowledge in crystallography or mathematics

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Chapter 1. Introduction and a short dictionary of network terminology

Chapter 2. Why bother with nets?

Chapter 3. What is a net?

Chapter 4. Naming the nets and finding them
Chapter 5. The most common 3D-nets

Chapter 6. Three-connected nets

Chapter 7. Four-connected nets

Chapter 8. Nets with both three- and four-connected nodes

Chapter 9. Nets with higher connectivity than four

Chapter 10. Some mathematics related to 3D-nets

Chapter 11. Interpenetration
strategies and nomenclature

Chapter 12. 3D-nets as specific synthetic targets
Crystal Engineering

Chapter 13. Computational tools
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Öhrström, Lars
Larsson, Krister
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