Organic Crystalline Materials

A section of Crystals (ISSN 2073-4352).

Section Information

The section “Organic Crystalline Materials”, like others in this journal, ensures rapid publication of research results. The section provides a forum for advancements in our understanding of all topics concerning crystalline materials containing organic molecules. Studies of organic crystalline structure include supramolecular interactions between molecules such as hydrogen bonding, halogen bonding, and stacking interactions; functional materials prepared using organic molecules, including assemblies of dyes or radicals; and porous organic structures such as metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) or hydrogen-bonded organic frameworks (HOFs). Analysis of packing arrangements of organic molecules and how these affect polymorphs and functional properties. Organometallic molecules, in addition to purely organic systems, are also deemed suitable for submissions.

Original research articles, reviews, letters, and communications are all suitable submissions.


organic crystals; organometallic crystals; intermolecular interactions; functional organic materials; dye assemblies; organic radicals; porous organic materials; metal–organic frameworks; hydrogen-bonded organic frameworks; polymorphism; crystalline packing

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