Condensed Phase Engineering: From Molecular Structure to Physical Properties
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AbstractThe observed physical properties of all materials are tied intimately to the underlying "molecular" and "supramolecular" structures - that is the arrangement of atoms into molecules and the arrangement of molecules into bulk materials. Consequently, control of these relationships is central to our ability to engineer new materials with enhanced properties. One interesting facet of this problem is the observation that a single compound can exhibit different properties based on differences in supramolecular aggregation in the condensed phase (i.e. polymorphism).
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