Halogen Bonding in Supramolecular and Solid State Chemistry

This Faraday Discussion unites experimentalists and theoreticians, who are pushing the applicability of this broad class of interactions far beyond only the halogens. The book develops a fundamental understanding of key aspects of non-covalent interactions in solid-state materials, solution chemistry, biochemistry and the gas phase.

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The halogen bond may be considered as a special case of sigma-hole bonding, wherein an electron donor interacts with the electrophilic region of a halogen atom. Within this broader picture, sigma-hole bonding can encompass a range of non-covalent interactions which are named after the atom bearing the electrophilic region, also known as the sigma-hole. This Faraday Discussion unites experimentalists and theoreticians, who are pushing the applicability of this broad class of interactions far beyond only the halogens. The book develops a fundamental understanding of key aspects of non-covalent interactions in solid-state materials, solution chemistry, biochemistry and the gas phase.

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Royal Society of Chemistry

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1st

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Hardback

ISBN

9781782629559

Language

English

Pages

514

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