Table of Contents
Preface. List of Contributors. Some Current Challenges in Crystal Engineering; A. Nangia, et al. Structural and Crystallographic Aspects of Supramolecular Engineering. Structure-Property Relations, Polymorphism and Crystal Growth; J. Bernstein. The Computer Prediction of the Assembling of Organic Molecules into Crystals: A Perspective; A. Gavezzotti, G. Filippini. Molecular Networks: An Approach to Coordination Polymers; C. Kaes, M.W. Hosseini. The Prediction and Production of Polar Molecular Materials: From Markov's Theory to Crystal Growth; J. Hulliger, et al. NMR Spectroscopy and the Development of Structural Models for Crystalline Supramolecular Solids - Applications to p-tert-butylcalixarenes; J.A. Ripmeester. Crystal Engineering of Purely Organic Molecular Magnets: What Can ab initio Computations Tell Us? J.J. Novoa, et al. Hysteresis and Memory Effect in Supramolecular Chemistry; O. Kahn, et al. Tunable Nitroxide Free Radical Ligands: From Zero- to Two-Dimensional Metal-Radical Networks; P. Rey, D. Luneau. Examples of Supramolecular Coordination Compounds and Their Supramolecular Functions; S. Decurtins, et al. Manganoporphyrin TCNE Electron Transfer Complexes - Structure Function Correlations; J.S. Miller, E.J. Brandon. Dithiadiazolyl Radicals as Molecular Bricks for High Tc Organic Magnets; G. Antorrena, et al. Host-Guest Interactions for Tuning the Magnetic Coupling in Metal Ion Clusters; G.L. Abbati, et al. Exotic Crystal Structures and Magnetic Properties of Nitronyl Nitroxide Cation Radical Salts. Collapse of Spin-Gap Ground State in Distorted Antiferromagnetic Kagome Lattices; K. Awaga, et al. Conductivity, Chirality and Conductivity in Layer Molecular Magnets; P. Day. Molecular Conductors and Magnets: Structure-Property Relationships; M. Kurmoo, et al. Hybrid Materials Formed by Two Molecular Networks. Magnetic Conductors, Magnetic Multilayers and Magnetic Films; M. Clemente-León, et al. Interplay of Conductivity and Magnetism in BETS-Derived Compounds. (BETS = bis(ethylenedithio)tetraselenafulvalene); P. Cassoux, H. Kobayashi. The Flexibility of Molecular Components as a Tool in the Construction of Conducting and Magnetic Systems; M. Fourmigué, B. Domercq. Hydrogen Bonding and Transport Properties of Molecular Conductors; E. Canadell. Insight into the Behavior of M(TCNQ)n (n = 1, 2) Crystalline Solids and Films: X-Ray, Magnetic and Conducting Properties; H. Zhao, et al. Tetrathiafulvalene (TTF) Derivatives as Versatile Building Blocks: From Metals to Spin Ladders; C. Rovira. Novel Hyper Electron-Accepting Molecules for Development of Organic Materials; F. Wudl, et al. Low-Dimensional Organic Superconductors &kgr;-(BEDT-TTF)2Cu[N(CN)2]X, where X = Br0.5Cl0.5, Br0.7Cl0.3 and Br0.9£/YY£0.1; R.P. Shibaeva, et al. Tetrathiafulvalenes: Building Blocks in Macrocyclic and Supramolecular Chemistry; J. Becher, et al. A New Range of Functionalised Tetrathiafulvalenes and Their Cation Radical Salts: Synthetic and Solid State Studies; M.R. Bryce, et al. New Tetrathiafulvalenes for Advanced Materials; A. Gorgues, et al. Metal Phosphonate Langmuir-Blodgett Films: Magnetic Monolayers and Organic/Inorganic Dual Network Assemblies; G.E. Fanucci, et al. Supramolecular Engineering of Conducting Thin Films by Covalently Hinging Electroactive Molecular Surfactants; T. Bjørnholm, et al. Subject Index.