for Physical Chemists by Physical Chemists
The Thermodynamics of Cocrystal Formation
Prof Chris Hunter, University of Sheffield, UK
Molecular recognition events in solution and the solid state are affected by
many different factors that have hampered the development of a thermodynamic
understanding of intermolecular interactions at the quantitative level. We have
developed an integrated approach for estimating the relative magnitudes of
non-covalent interactions in different solvent environments. This presentation
will describe the application of these ideas to the solid state, and
specifically to the problem of the prediction of the probability of cocrystal
formation between two different substances.
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