Braga, Dario and Grepioni, Fabrizia (2004) Reactions between or within molecular crystals. Angewandte Chemie. International Edition, Vol. 43 (31), p. 4002-4011. eISSN 1521-3773. Article.
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Reactions that occur within or between molecular crystals, in particular those reactions that are activated by mechanical methods, are reviewed. The focus is on processes (whether intrasolid or intersolid) that are controlled primarily by supramolecular bonding, such as template cycloadditions, formation of inclusion compounds, reactions between molecular crystals by the reassembling of noncovalent bonds, and the formation of complexes and coordination compounds. It is proposed that solvent-free mechanochemical methods, for example, cogrinding, milling, and kneading, represent viable green routes for the preparation of novel molecular and supramolecular solids.
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