Crystallography Reviews publishes English language reviews on topics in crystallography and crystal growth, covering all theoretical and applied aspects of biological, chemical, industrial, mineralogical and physical crystallography. The intended readership is the crystallographic community at large, as well as scientists working in related fields of interest.
OTKA grant of the National Research, Development and Innovation Office – NKFIH Title: Basics of “crystal engineering”: supramolecular interactions, polymorphysm, temperature and pressure Principal Investigator: Petra Bombicz Participants: Tamás Holczbauer Nóra V. May Laura Nagyné Bereczki Dániel Fegyverneki Gyula Tamás Gál
The aim of the J. Bolyai Research Scholarship is to cater for young researchers the possibility of realizing their research programs. The proposal of Nóra V. May, titled “Structural investigation of bioactive compounds by means of single crystal X-ray diffraction and electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy”, have been accepted.
Petra Bombicz Crystallography Reviews, 23(2), 118-151, 2017. ABSTRACT To produce substances with required physico-chemical properties demands the recognition of structural features of materials. It includes polymorphism and isostructurality which are strongly related with intermolecular interactions and crystal symmetries. Fine tuning of structural properties can be achieved by the application of substituents or in the case of multi-component systems by the introduction of molecules of different sizes, shapes and chemical compositions. How far can a crystal structure tolerate small molecular changes? Read More …