By J.?M. Lehn(eds.)
This publication covers significant sessions of crystals within the layout of novel fabrics, with an emphasis on advances and applications.
* The editor is without doubt one of the pioneers within the "design" and "engineering" method in sturdy nation supramolecular chemistry
* All authors constructed a selected category of crystals and are global leaders within the field
* displays the speedy growth made during this fieldContent:
Chapter 1 Hydrogen Bonds in Inorganic Chemistry: software to Crystal layout (pages 1–75): Lee Brammer
Chapter 2 Molecular attractiveness and Self?Assembly among Amines and Alcohols (Supraminols) (pages 77–151): Raffaele Saladino and Stephen Hanessian
Chapter three Very huge Supramolecular pills in accordance with Hydrogen Bonding (pages 153–175): Jerry L. Atwood, Leonard J. Barbour and Agoston Jerga
Chapter four Molecular Tectonics: Molecular Networks in keeping with Inclusion tactics (pages 177–209): Julien Martz, Ernest Graf, Andre De Cian and Mir Wais Hosseini
Chapter five Layered fabrics by way of layout: 2nd Coordination Polymeric Networks Containing huge Cavities/Channels (pages 211–239): Kumar Biradha and Makoto Fujita
Chapter 6 the development of One?, ? and Three?Dimensional Organic–Inorganic Hybrid fabrics from Molecular construction Blocks (pages 241–274): Robert C. Finn, Eric Burkholder and Jon A. Zubieta
Chapter 7 A Rational method for the Self?Assembly of Molecular development Blocks within the box of Molecule?Based Magnetism (pages 275–323): Melanie Pilkington and Silvio Decurtins
Chapter eight Polymorphism, Crystal differences and Gas–Solid Reactions (pages 325–373): Dario Braga and Fabrizia Grepioni
Chapter nine Solid–Gas Interactions among Small Gaseous Molecules and Transition Metals within the good nation. towards Sensor purposes (pages 375–386): Michel D. Meijer, Robertus J. M. Klein Gebbink and Gerard van Koten
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16 Crystal Design: Structure and Function ligands, while cooperativity is less pronounced for the more isotropic ¯uoride ligands . In crystal engineering terms, this directly con®rms the importance of the suggested supramolecular synthons I  and II [41a] (Figure 8). Figure 9 illustrates a crystal design strategy  based upon these synthons in which bifurcated or trifurcated acceptor sites associated with perhalometallate anions are populated X X M H D D H X (D = C, N , O) I M X X II Figure 8 Supramolecular synthons D±H Á Á Á X2 M and D±H Á Á Á X3 M.
1). Figure 4 Diamondoid (M)O±H Á Á Á N hydrogen-bonded network in crystalline [Mn(m3 -OH) (CO)3 ]4 Á2(4, 4H -bipy) Á 2CH3 CN. O±H groups (red); 4, 4H -bipy (blue)  (see also Plate 2). 1). Since alcohols are weaker ligands than hydroxide or water, it is likely that they will be less effective for use in crystal design, although there are many examples in which networks are propagated due to M±O(R)±H Á Á Á N or M±O(R)±H Á Á Á O hydrogen bonds (Figure 5) . Similarly, examination of the CSD reveals numerous examples of hydrogenbonded networks arising from M±N(R2 )±H Á Á Á A, M±N(R)(H)±H Á Á Á A and M±N(H2 )±H Á Á Á A hydrogen bonds (R alkyl, A N, O, Cl) associated with coordinated NR2 H , NRH2  or NH3  ligands.
Jones and co-workers have reported a number of aminogold(I) compounds in which hydrogen bonding and aurophilic Au(I) Á Á Á Au(I) interactions are important in the solid state . A particularly compelling example is the structure of bis(pyrrolidine)gold(I) chloride as its dichloromethane solvate (1X33CH2 Cl2 ). The Au(NC4 H5 )2 cations form hydrogen-bonded chains via ClÀ anion bridges. The chains, arranged in parallel fashion form layers, each layer with its chain direction rotated 90 8 with respect to neighbouring ones.