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The Aakeroy Research Laboratory

Aakeröy Research Lab
Kansas State University
Department of Chemistry
328 CBC Building
1212 Mid-Campus Dr North
Manhattan, KS 66506

Phone Numbers
Office: 785-532-6096
Lab: 785-532-6061
Fax: 785-532-6666
Email: aakeroy@ksu.edu

Publications

153. Aakeröy, C.B., Is there any point in making co-crystals?Acta Crystallogr. Sect. B, 2015, accepted.

152. Aakeröy, C.B.; Wijethunga, T.K. Desper, J, Crystal engineering with iodoethynylnitrobenzenes: A group of highly effective halogen-bond donors, Cryst. Growth &  Des., 2015, DOI: 10.1021/acs.cgd.5b00478.

151. Aakeröy, C.B.; Wijethunga, T.K. Desper, J., Crystal engineering of energetic materials: Co-crystals of ethylenedinitramine (EDNA), Chem. Eur. J, 2015, DOI: 10.1002/chem.201501721.

150. Aakeröy, C.B., Spartz, C.L., Desper, J., Systematic study of halogen bonding versus hydrogen bonding within supramolecular synthetic systems, IUCrJ, 2015, accepted.

149. Aakeröy, C.B., Wijethunga, T.K., Benton, J., Desper, J., Stabilizing volatile liquid chemicals using co-crystallization, ChemCommun., 2015, 51, 2425 - 2428.

148. Aakeröy, C.B., Smith, M.M., Desper, J., Finding a single-molecule receptor for citramalic acid through supramolecular chelation, Can. J. Chem., 2015, 10.1139/cjc-2014-0570.

147. Aakeröy, C.B.; Wijethunga, T.K. Desper, J., Halogen-bond preferences in crystal engineeringJ. Chem. Cryst., 2015, 45, 267-276.

146. Aakeröy, C.B.; Welideniya, D. Desper, J., Moore, C., Halogen-bond driven co-crystallization of potential anti-cancer compounds: A structural study, CrystEngComm, 2014, 16, 10203-10209.

145. Aakeröy, C.B.; Wijethunga, T.K. Desper, J., Molecular electrostatic potential dependent selectivity of hydrogen bonding, New. J. Chem., 2015, 39, 822 - 828.

144. Aakeröy, C.B., Friščić, B., Editorial 2014 International year of crystallography celebration:North AmericaCrystEngComm, 2014, 16, 7160-71-61.

143. George, N., Forrest, J.O., Burton, R.C., Aakeröy, C.B., Co-crystals of pyrimethanil or cyprodinil, US Patent, US2013/0203792A1, Aug. 8, 2013.

142. Aakeröy, C.B.; Wijethunga, T.K. Abul-Haj M., Desper, J., Moore, C., Structural landscape of heteroaryl-2-imidazoles: Competing halogen- and hydrogen- bond interactions, CrystEngComm, 2014, 16, 7218.

141. Aakeröy, C.B., Spartz, C.L., Halogen bonding in supramolecular synthesis, Topics in Current Chem., 2015, 358, 155-182.

140. Aakeröy, C.B., Forbes, S., Desper, J., Altering physical properties of pharmaceutical co-crystals in a systematic manner, CrystEngComm, 2014, 16, 5870–5877.

139. Aakeröy, C.B.; Wijethunga, T.K.; Desper, J., Practical crystal engineering using halogen bonding: A hierarchy based on calculated molecular electrostatic potential surfaces, J. Mol.Struct., 2014, 1072, 20–27.

138. Aakeröy, C.B.; Chopade, P.D.; Quinn, C.F. Desper, J., Structure and Thermodynamics of a Multimeric Cavitand Assembly, CrystEngComm, 2014, 16 (18), 3796 - 3801.

137. Aakeröy, C.B.; Wijethunga, T.K.; Desper, J. Constructing molecular polygons using N-oxides and bifurcated halogen bonding, CrystEngComm, 2014,  16, 28 - 31.

136. Aakeröy, C.B; Baldrighi, M,; Desper, J.;Metrangolo, P.; Resnati, G. Supramolecular hierarchy among halogen-bond donors, Chem. A Eur. J., 2013, 19, 16240-16247.

135. Aakeröy, C.B.; Chopade, P.D.; Desper, J. Establishing a hierarchy of halogen bonding by engineering crystals without disorder, Cryst. Growth & Des., 2013, 13, 4145−4150.

134. Epa, K., Aakeröy, C.B., Desper, J., Rayat, S., Chandra, K., Cruz-Cabeza, A.J., Controlling molecular tautomerism through supramolecular selectivity, ChemComm., 2013, 49, 7929-7931.

133. Aakeröy, C.B., Epa, K.N., Forbes, S., and Desper, J., Competing hydrogen-bond donors: Phenols vs. cyanooximes, CrystEngComm, 2013, 15, 5946 - 5949.

132. Aakeröy, C.B., Epa, K., Forbes, S., Schultheiss, N., Desper, J. Ranking hydrogen-bond strength for crystal engineering purposes, Chem. A Eur. J., 2013, 19, 14998–15003.

131. Aakeröy, C.B., Sinha, A.S. Epa, K.N., Chopade, P.D., Smith, M.M., Desper, J., Structural Chemistry of Oximes, Cryst. Growth & Des., 201313, 2687–2695.

130. Aakeröy, C.B., Sinha, A.S., Synthesis of ketoximes via a solvent-free and robust mechanochemical pathway, RSC Advances, 2013, 3, 8168-8171.

129. Aakeröy, C.B.; Panikkattu, S.V., Chopade, P.D. Desper, J., Competing hydrogen-bond and halogen-bond donors in crystal engineering, CrystEngComm, 2013, 15, 3125-3136.

128. Aakeröy, C.B., Hurley, E.P., Desper, J., Modulating supramolecular reactivity using covalent “switches” on a pyrazole platform, Cryst. Growth Des., 2012, 12, 5806–5814.

127. Aakeröy, C.B.; Sinha, A.S. Epa, K., Spartz, C.L, Desper, J; A versatile and green      mechanochemical route for aldehyde-oxime conversions, ChemCommun,, 2012, 48, 11289-11291.

126. Abul-Haj, M.; Aakeröy, C.B.; Desper, J., Silver (I) coordination chemistry: From 1-D chains to molecular rectangles, New J. Chem., 201337, 204-2011.

125. Aakeröy, C.B.; Panikkattu, S.V., DeHaven, B., Desper, J., Interdependence of structure and physical properties in co-crystals of azopyridines, CrystEngComm, 2013, 15, 463 – 470.

124. Aakeröy, C.B.; Rajbanshi, A.; Metrangolo, P.; Resnati, G.; Parisi, M.F.; Desper, J.; Pilati, T., The quest for a molecular capsule assembled via halogen bonds, CrystEngComm, 2012, 14, 6366-6368.

123. Aakeröy, C.B., Editorial New talent: Americas, CrystEngComm, 2012, 14, 6109 – 6109.

122. Aakeröy, C.B.; Chopade, P.; Rajbanshi, A.; Ganser, C.; Desper, J., Exploring the structural landscape of 2-aminopyrazines via co-crystallizations, CrystEngComm, 2012, 14 (18), 5845-5853.

121. Lohman, B.C., Powell, J.A., Cingarapu, S., Aakeröy, C.B., Chakrabarti, A., Klabunde, K.J., Law, B.M., Sorensen, C.M. Solubility of gold nanoparticles as a function of ligand shell and alkane solvent, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2012, 14, 6502-6506.

120. Aakeröy, C.B.; Panikkattu, S.V.,  DeHaven, B., Desper, J., Establishing supramolecular control over solid-state architectures - A simple mix and match strategy, Cryst. Growth&Des.2012, 12, 2579−2587.

119. Aakeröy, C.B.; Forbes, S.; Desper, J. The effect of water molecules in stabilizing solid forms of co-crystals of a family of active pharmaceutical ingredients, CrystEngComm, 2012, 14 (7), 2435 - 2443.

118. Aakeröy, C.B.; Chopade, P.D.; Desper, J. Avoiding ‘synthon crossover’ in crystal engineering with halogen bonds and hydrogen bonds, Cryst. Growth & Des., 2011, 11, 5333-5336..

117. Aakeröy, C.B.; Epa, K.E.,Controlling Supramolecular Assembly using Electronic Effects, Topics in Current Chemistry,(Electronic Effects in Organic Chemistry) Ed. Kirchner, B, 2014, 351, 125-147.

116. Aakeröy, C.B.; Chopade, P.D, Cocrystals: Synthesis, Structure, and Applications in Supramolecular Chemistry: from Molecules to Nanomaterials, J.W. Steed and P.A. Gale (eds).  John Wiley & Sons Ltd, Chichester, UK, 2012, 2975-2992.

115. Aakeröy, C.B.; Desper, J.; Smith, M.M., a,a',a''-Tris(hydroxyimino)-1,3,5-benzenetriacetonitrile: A three-fold symmetric, versatile and practical supramolecular building block, CrystEngComm.. 2012, 14, 71-74.

114. Aakeröy, C.B.; Rajbanshi, A.; Desper, J.; Hydrogen-bond driven assembly of a molecular capsule facilitated by supramolecular chelation, ChemCommun, 2011, 47, 11411 – 11413.

113. Aakeröy, C.B.; Grommet, A. B., Desper, J, Co-crystal screening of diclofenac, Pharmaceutics 2011, 3, 601-614.

112.Aakeröy, C.B.; Sinha, A. S. Chopade, P.D.; Desper, J., Halogen bonding or close packing? Examining the structural landscape in a series of Cu(II)-acac complexes, Dalton,2011, 40, 12160-12168.,

111. Aakeröy, C.B.; Chopade, P.D.; Ganser, C.; Desper, J., Facile synthesis and supramolecular chemistry of hydrogen bond/halogen bond-driven multi-tasking tectons, Chem. Commun., 2011, 47, 4688-4690.

110. Aakeröy, C.B., Chopade, P.D., Oxime Decorated Cavitands Functionalized through Solvent-Assisted Grinding, Org. Letts.,2011, 13, 1-3.

109. Aakeröy, C.B., Desper, J., Haque, N., Hussain, I., Effective double-ended chelating agents: crystal structures of N,N,N,N'-tetraacetyl diamino derivatives and their chelates, CrystEngComm, 2010, 12, 3218-3224.

108. Aakeröy, C.B., Rajbanshi, A., Li, Z.J., Desper, J., Mapping out the synthetic landscape for re-crystallization, co-crystallization and salt formation, CrystEngComm, 2010, 12 (12), 4231 - 4239

107. Natalia, M.; Aakeröy, C.B.; Desper, J.; Giordani, S. The role of metal ions and counterions in the switching behavior of a carboxylic acid functionalized spiropyran, Dalton Trans., 2010, 39, 8269 - 8277

106. Aakeröy, C.B., Schultheiss, N., Desper, J., Controlling hydrogen-bond preferences in bipyridines with competing sites, J. Mol. Struct., 2010, 972, 35-40.

105. Aakeröy, C.B.; Forbes, S., Desper, J., Using Cocrystals To Systematically Modulate Aqueous Solubility and Melting Behavior of an Anticancer Drug, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2009, 131, 17048-17049.

104. Aakeröy, C.B.; Hurley, E.P.; Desper, J.; Natali, M.; Douglawi, A.; Giordani, S., The balance between closed and open forms of spiropyrans in the solid state, CrystEngComm, 2010, 12, 1027-1033.

103. Aakeröy, C.B.; Champness, N.R.; Janiak, C., Recent advances in crystal engineering, CrystEngComm, 2010, 12, 22-43.

102. German-Acacio, J.M., Hernandez-Ortega, S., Aakeröy, C.B., Valdes-Martinez, J., Using Lewis acidity differences in chelating ligands to control molecular structure and Supramolecular assembly of Cu(II) complexes, Inorg. Chim. Acta, 2009, 362, 4087-4090.

101. Aakeröy, C.B.; Desper, J.; Salmon, D.J., Smith, M.M. Cyanooximes as effective and selective co-crystallizing agents, CrystEngComm, 2009, 11, 439- 443.

100. Aakeröy, C.B.; Desper, J.; Fasulo, M.; Hussain, I.; Levin, B.; Schultheiss, N. Ten years of co-crystal synthesis; The Good, the Bad, and the UglyCrystEngComm, 2008, 10, 1816-1821.

99. Mearns, F., Aakeröy, C.B., The secret life of molecules, J. Env. Monitor.2008, 10, C47-C47.

98. Aakeröy, C.B.; Scott, B.M.T., Smith, M.M., Urbina, J.F., Desper, J., Establishing amideamide reliability and transferability in the supramolecular assembly of metal-containing 1-D architectures, Inorg. Chem., 2009, 48 4052–4061.

97. Aakeröy, C.B.; Desper, J.; Scott, B.M.T., How robust is the amide ladder motif?New. J. Chem. 2007, 31, 2044 – 2051.

96. Aakeröy, C.B.; Desper, J.; Smith, M.M., Constructing, deconstructing, and reconstructing ternary supermolecules, Chem.Commun. 2007, 3936-3938.

95. Aakeröy, C.B.; Schultheiss, N.; Rajbanshi, A.; Desper, J.; Moore, C., Supramolecular Synthesis Based on a Combination of Hydrogen and Halogen Bonds, Cryst. Growth Des., 2009, 9, 432-441.

94. Aakeröy, C.B.; Fasulo, M., Schultheiss, N.; Desper, J.; Moore, C., Structural competition between hydrogen bonds and halogen bonds, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2007, 129, 13772-13773.

93. Aakeröy, C.B.; Schultheiss, N.; Desper, J.; Moore, C., Balancing hydrogen-bond donors and acceptors in a family of bifunctional Aromatic N-heterocycles, Cryst. Growth& Design, 2007, 7, 2324-2331.

92. Aakeröy, C.B. Desper, J., Helfrich, B.A., Metrangolo, P., Pilati, T., Resnati, G., Stevenazzi, A., Combining halogen bonds and hydrogen bonds in the modular assembly of heteromeric infinite 1-D chains, Chem. Commun, 2007, 4236-4238.

91. Aakeröy, C.B.; Chopade, P.D.; Schultheiss, Desper, J, Versatile launch pad for facile functionalization of cavitands,  Eur. J. Org. Chem.,  2011, 6789-6793.

90. Aakeröy, C.B., Hussain, I., Forbes, S., Desper, J.,Versatile ligands for the construction of layered metal-containing networks,  Aus. J. Chem., 2009, 62, 899-908.

89. Aakeröy, C.B.; Fasulo, M.E., Desper, J., Salt or co-crystal: Does it really matter?Molecular Pharmaceutics, 2007, 4, 317-322.

88. Aakeröy, C.B.; Schultheiss, N.; Desper, J.; Moore, C., Attempted assembly of discrete coordination complexes into 1-D chains using halogen bonding or halogen•••halogen interactions, CrystEngComm, 2007, 9, 421-426.

87. Aakeröy, C.B., Schultheiss, N., Desper, J., The synthesis and hydrogen-bond capabilities of an amino-pyridine functionalized cavitand, CrystEngComm, 2007, 9, 211-214.

86. Aakeröy, C.B., Hussain, I., Forbes, S., Desper, J., Exploring the hydrogen-bond preference of N-H moieties in co-crystals assembled via O-H(acid)···N(py) intermolecular interactionsCrystEngComm, 2007, 9, 46-64.

85. Aakeröy, C.B.; Fasulo, M.E., Desper, J., Improving success rate of hydrogen-bond driven synthesis of co-crystals, CrystEngComm, 2006, 8, 586-588.

84. Aakeröy, C.B.; Schultheiss, N.; Desper, J.; Moore, C. Balancing intermolecular hydrogen-bond interactions for the directed assembly of binary 1:1 co-crystals, New J. Chem., 2006, 30(10), 1452-1460.

83. Aakeröy, C.B.; Schultheiss, N.; Desper, J. A pyridyl functionalized cavitand:  Starting point for hydrogen-bond driven assembly of heterodimeric capsules, CrystEngComm, 2006, 8, 502.

82. Aakeröy, C.B.; Schultheiss, N.; Desper, J.; C-pentyltetra(3-pyridyl)cavitand: A versatile building block for the directed-assembly of hydrogen bonded heterodimeric capsules, Org. Letts, 2006, 8, 2607-2610.

81. Aakeröy, C.B.; Schultheiss, N. Assembly of molecular solids via non-covalent interactions, in “Making Crystals by Design - from molecules to molecular materials, methods, techniques, applications”, 2006, 209-240, Wiley-VCH, Eds. F. Grepioni and D. Braga.

80. Aakeröy, C.B.; Desper, J.; Scott, B.M.T. Balancing supramolecular reagents for reliable formation of co-crystals,  ChemCommun, 2006, 1445-1447.

79. Aakeröy, C.B.; Beatty, A.M.; Lorimer, K.R. Syntheses and crystal structures of (n-pyridylmethylene)aminobenzamides: new building blocks for binary and ternary co-crystals, Mol. Cryst. Liq. Cryst., 2006, 456, 163–174,.

78. Aakeröy, C.B.; Desper, J.; Salmon, D.J., Smith, M.M. Cyanophenyloximes: Reliable and versatile tools for hydrogen-bond directed supramolecular synthesis of co-crystals, Cryst. Growth & Design.2006, 6, 1033-1042

77. Aakeröy, C.B.; Hussain, I.; Desper, J. 2-Acetaminopyridine: A highly effective co-crystallizing agent, Cryst. Growth&Design, 2006, 6, 474-480.

76. Aakeröy, C.B.; Desper, J.; Levin, B. Two new polymorphs of 4-N,N-dimethylaminobenzoic acid, Acta Crystallogr. Section C, 2005, 61, 702-704.

75. Aakeröy, C.B.; Desper, J.; Schultheiss, N.S. Directed Supramolecular Assembly of Cu(II)-based “Paddlewheels” Into Infinite 1-D Chains Using Structurally Bifunctional Ligands,Dalton, 2006, 1627-1635.

74. Aakeröy,C.B.; Desper, J.; Levin,B.; Valdés-Martínez, J. Robust Building Blocks for Inorganic Crystal Engineering, Inorg. Chim. Acta, 2006, 359, 1255-12162.

73. Aakeröy, C.B; Salmon, D.J. Building co-crystals with molecular sense and supramolecular sensibility, CrystEngComm, 2005, 7, 439-448.

72. Aakeröy, C.B.; Desper, J.; Smith, M.M.; Urbina, J.F. [(Benzimidazol-1-yl)methyl]-benzamides as ligands for high-yielding inorganic-organic supramolecular synthesis, Dalton Trans, 2005, 2462-2470.

71. Aakeröy, C.B.; Desper, J.; Urbina, J.F, Supramolecular Reagents: Versatile Tools for Non-covalent Synthesis, Chem. Commun, 2005, 2820-2822.

70. Aakeröy, C.B.; Desper, J.; Urbina, J.F, Is Conformational Flexibility in a Supramolecular Reagent Advantageous for High-yielding Co-crystallization Reactions?CrystEngComm, 2005, 7, 193–201.

69. Aakeröy, C.B.; Desper, J.; Urbina, J.F., Syntheses and crystal structures of flexible supramolecular reagents based upon [(benzimidazol-1-yl)methyl]-benzamides, Cryst Growth&Design, 2005, 5, 1283-1293.

68. Aakeröy, C.B.; Desper, J.; Schultheiss, N.S.; Directed Supramolecular Assembly of Infinite 1-M(II)-Containing Chains (M=Cu,Co,Ni) Using Structurally Bifunctional Ligands, Inorg. Chem., 2005, 44, 4983-4991.

67. Aakeröy, C.B.; Desper, J.; Leonard, B.; Urbina, J.F. Towards high-yielding supramolecular synthesis: Directed assembly of ditopic imidazoles/benzimidazoles and dicarboxylic acids into co-crystals via selective O-HN hydrogen bonds, Cryst Growth&Design, 2005,5, 865-873.

66. Aakeröy, C.B.; Desper, J.; Levin, B. Crystal engineering gone awry and the emergence of the boronic acid-carboxylate synthon, CrystEngComm, 2005, 7, 102–107.

65.Aakeröy, C.B.; Desper, J.; Levin, B.; Salmon, D.J.; Boronic acids as versatile supramolecular reagents, ACA Trans. 2004, 39, 1-7.

64. Aakeröy, C.B.; Desper, J.; Elisabeth, E.; Helfrich, B.A.; Levin, B.; Urbina, J.F.;Making reversible synthesis stick: Competition and cooperation between intermolecular interactions, Zeitschrift f. Krist. 2005, 220, 325-332.

63. Aakeröy, C.B.; Desper, J.; Valdés-Martínez, J.; Controlling molecular and supramolecular structure of hydrogen-bonded coordination compounds, CrystEngComm, 2004, 6, 413-418.

62. Aakeröy, C.B.; Desper, J.; Helfrich, B.A. Heteromeric intermolecular interactions as synthetic tools for the formation of binary co-crystals, CrystEngComm, 2004, 6, 19-24.

61. Aakeröy, C.B.; Beatty, A.M.; Desper, J.; O'Shea, M.; Valdés-Martínez, J. Directed assembly of dinuclear and mononuclear copper(II)-carboxylates into infinite 1-D motifs using isonicotinamide as a high-yielding supramolecular reagent, Dalton Trans.2003, 3956-3962.

60. Aakeröy, C.B.; Beffert, K.; Desper, J.; Elisabeth, E. Hydrogen-bond directed structural selectivity in asymmetric heterocyclic cations, Cryst. Growth Des.2003, 3(5); 837-846.     

59. Bruton, E.A.; Brammer, L.; Pigge, F.C.; Aakeröy, C.B.; Leinen, D.S. Hydrogen bond patterns in aromatic and aliphatic dioximes, New J. Chem., 2003, (7), 1084 - 1094.

58. Aakeröy, C. B.; Beatty, A. M.; Helfrich, B. A.; Nieuwenhuyzen, M.; Do Polymorphic Compounds Make Good Cocrystallizing Agents? A Structural Case Study that Demonstrates the Importance of Synthon FlexibilityCryst. Growth Des.; 2003; 3, 159-165.

57. Aakeröy, C.B and Beatty, A.M., Solid State, Crystal Engineering, and Hydrogen Bonds, Invited contribution to Comprehensive Coordination Chemistry II, Elsevier, 2003.

56. Aakeröy, C.B, Strong hydrogen bonds, Invited contribution to Encyclopedia of Supramolecular Chemistry, Marcel Dekker, 2003.

55. Aakeröy, C.B; Beatty, A.M; Helfrich, B.A.; A High-Yielding Supramolecular Reaction, J. Am. Chem. Soc.; 2002, 124, 14425-14432.

54. Stalker, R.A.; Munsch, T.E.; Tran, J.D.; Nie, X.; Warmuth, R.; Beatty, A.M.; Aakeröy, C.B, Asymmetric synthesis of two new conformationally constrained lysine derivativesTetrahedron2002, 58, 4837-4849

53. Aakeröy, C.B.; Beatty, A.M.; Leinen,  D.S. Supramolecular assembly of low-dimensional silver(I) architectures: testing the reliability of the self-complementary oximeoxime hydrogen-bond interaction,CrystEngComm, 2002, 4, 310 - 314.

52. Aakeröy, C.B.; Beatty, A.M., Crystal engineering of hydrogen-bonded assemblies – A progressreport, Aus. J. Chem.2001, 54, 409-421.

51. Valdés-Martínez, J.; Del Rio-Ramirez, M.; Hernández-Ortega, S.; Aakeröy, C.B.; Helfrich, B.A.;  Demonstrating the importance of hydrogen bonds through the absence of hydrogen bonds, Crystal Growth&Design, 2001, 2, 485-489.

50. Aakeröy, C.B, Beatty, A.M.; Helfrich, B.A.; ‘Total synthesis’ supramolecular style: Design and hydrogen-bond directed assembly of ternary cocrystals,Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl.2001, 40, 3240-3242.

49. Aakeröy, C.B, Beatty, A.M., Tremayne, M.; Rowe, D.W.; Seaton, C.C.; A combination of X-ray single-crystal diffraction and Monte Carlo structure solution from X-ray powder diffraction data in a structural investigation of 5-bromonicotinic acid and solvates thereof, Cryst. Growth Design. 2001, 2, 377-382.

48. Aakeröy, C.B, Beatty, A.M.; Leinen, D.S. Syntheses and crystal structures of new ‘extended’ building blocks for crystal engineering: (Pyridylmethylene) aminoacetophenone oxime ligands, Cryst. Growth Design. 2000, 1, 47-52.

47. Aakeröy, C.B, Beatty, A.M.; Leinen, D.S. New building blocks for crystal engineering. Syntheses and crystal structures of substituted oxime pyridines, CrystEngComm. 2000, 27-41.

46. Aakeröy, C.B, Beatty, A.M., Lorimer, K.R.; Assembly of 2-D inorganic/organic lamellar structures through a combination of copper(I) coordination polymers and self-complementary hydrogen bonds, J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans.,2000, 3869-3872.

45. Aakeröy, C.B, Beatty, A.M., Leinen, D.S.; Lorimer, K.R. Deliberate combination of coordination polymers and hydrogen bonds in a supramolecular design strategy for inorganic/organic hybrid networks, Chem. Commun., 2000, 935-936.

44. Aakeröy, C.B, Beatty, A.M., Nieuwenhuyzen, M.; Zou, M. Organic assemblies with 2-pyridone and dicarboxylic acids, Tetrahedron, 2000, 56(36), 6693-6699.

43. Aakeröy, C.B.; Leinen, D.S. Hydrogen-bond assisted assembly of organic and organic-inorganic solids, in Crystal Engineering: From molecules and crystals to materials, D. Braga, F. Grepioni, and A.G. Orpen (eds.) NATO Science Series, Vol. 538. Kluwer, Dordrecht, 1999, 89-106.

42. Aakeröy, C.B, Hydrogen-bonding in Solids: Some Strategies and Aspects of Crystal Engineering, in Crystal Engineering, Seddon, K.R.; and M. Zaworotko (eds.), Kluwer, Dordrecht, 1999, 303-324.

41. Aakeröy, C.B.; Boyett, R.E. Molecular Mechanics and Crystal Engineering, in Crystal Engineering, Seddon, K.R.; and M. Zaworotko (eds.), Kluwer, Dordrecht, 1999, 69-82.

40. Aakeröy, C.B.; Beatty, A.M.; Leinen, D.S. A versatile route to porous solids: organic-inorganic hybrid materials assembled through hydrogen bonds, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 1999, 38, 1815-1819

39. Aakeröy, C.B, Beatty, A.M.; Lorimer, K.R. Charge-assisted hydrogen bonds and halogen-halogen interactions in organic salts: Benzylammonium benzoates and pentafluorobenzoates, Struct. Chem. 1999, 10, 229-242.

38. Aakeröy, C.B, Evans, T.A.; Seddon, K.R.; Palinko, I.The C-H×××Cl hydrogen bond: does it exist?, New J. Chem.1999, 145-1562.

37. Aakeröy, C.B.; Beatty, A.M., Pitfalls in the supramolecular assembly of silver(I) coordination compounds, J. Mol. Struct.1999, 474,  91-101.

36. Aakeröy, C.B, Beatty, A.M.; Helfrich, B.A.; Leinen, D.S.; Crystal engineering using intermolecular hydrogen-bonded connectors and classic coordination chemistry, ACA Trans. 1999, 33, 101-107.

35. Aakeröy, C.B, Beatty, A.M.; Zou, M.; Building organic assemblies with 2-pyridone and dicarboxylic acids:  Relating molecular conformation and synthon stability to crystal structure CrystalEngineering, 1998, 3(4), 225-241.

34. Aakeröy, C.B.; Hughes, D.P.; McCabe, J.M.; Nieuwenhuyzen, M. Aromatic dicarboxylic acids as building blocks of extended hydrogen-bonded architectures, Supramolecular Chemistry, 1998, 9, 127-135.

33. Aakeröy, C.B, Nieuwenhuyzen, M.; Price,  S.L. Three polymorphs of 2-amino-5-nitropyrimidine: Experimental structures and theoretical predictions, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1998, 120, 8986-8993.

32. Aakeröy, C.B, Beatty, A.M.; Helfrich, B.A. Two-fold interpenetration of 3-D nets assembled via three-coordinate silver(I) ions and amide-amide hydrogen bonds, J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans., 1998, 1943-1946.

31. Aakeröy, C.B.; Beatty, A.M.; Nieuwenhuyzen, M.; Zou, M. A structural study of 2‑amino‑5‑nitropyridine and 2-amino-3-nitropyridine: intermolecular forces and polymorphism, J. Mater. Chem., 1998, 8, 1385-1390.

30. Aakeröy, C.B, Beatty, A.M.; Leinen, D.S. The oxime functionality: A versatile synthon for supramolecular assembly of metal-containing hydrogen-bonded architectures,J. Am. Chem.Soc., 1998. 120, 7383-7384.

29. Aakeröy, C.B.; Beatty, A.M., Supramolecular assembly of low-dimensional silver(I) architectures via amide-amide hydrogen bonds, Chem. Commun., 1998, 1067-1068.

28. Aakeröy, C.B.; Beatty, A.M., Low-Dimensional Architectures Of Silver(I) Coordination Compounds Assembled Via Amide-Amide Hydrogen Bonds, Crystal Engineering, 1998, 1, 39-49.

27. Aakeröy, C.B.; Nieuwenhuyzen, M.; Robinson, P. Di-hydroxy malonic acid as a building       block of hydrogen-bonded 3-D architectures, J. Chem. Crystallogr.1998, 28, 111-117.

26. Aakeröy, C.B.; Evans, T.A.; Seddon, K.R. Crystal engineering of ionic solids: polymorphism, crystallography, inter-ring interactions and C—H hydrogen bonding, in Modular Chemistry, NATO ASI Series C: Mathematical and Physical Sciences, 1997, Vol. 499, Ed. J. Michl, Kluwer, Dordrecht, pp. 153-162.

25. Aakeröy, C.B, Crystal Engineering: Strategies and architectures, Acta. Crystallogr., Sect. B, 1997, 53, 569-586.

24. Aakeröy, C.B.; Hughes, D.P.; Nieuwenhuyzen, M. The oxamate anion: A flexible building block of hydrogen-bonded architectures for crystal engineering, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 1996, 118, 10134-10140.

23. Aakeröy, C.B.; Nieuwenhuyzen, M. Hydrogen bonding and structural motifs in organic l-malate(2-) salts, Chem. Mater., 1996, 8, 1229-1235.

22. Aakeröy, C.B.;  Cooke, T.I.; Nieuwenhuyzen, M. The crystal structure of the molecular cocrystal l-malic acid l-tartaric acid (1/1), Supramolecular Chemistry, 1996, 7, 153-156.

21. Aakeröy, C.B.; Nieuwenhuyzen, M. Hydrogen bonding in crystal engineering: 2-D layers of hydrogen l-malate anions, J. Mol. Struct., 1996, 374, 223-239.

20. Aakeröy, C.B.; Bahra, G.S.; Nieuwenhuyzen, M. Piperazinium(2+) L-tartrate(2-), Acta Crystallogr., Sect. C, 1996, 52, 1471-1473.

19. Aakeröy, C.B.; Nieuwenhuyzen, M. 4-(Methyl)benzylammonium 4-(methyl)benzylcarbamate, Acta Crystallogr., Sect. C, 1996, 52, 957-960.

18. Aakeröy, C.B.; Bahra, G.S.; Hitchcock, P.B.; Patell, Y.; Seddon, K.R., L-Proline 2,5-dihydroxybenzoic acid (1/1): A zwitterion co-crystal, Acta Chem. Scand., 1995, 49, 762-767.

17. Bell, S.E.J.; Aakeröy, C.B.; Al-Obaidi, A.H.R.; Hegarty, J.N.M.; McGarvey, J.J.; Lefley, C.R.; Moore, J.N.; Hester, R.E. Time-resolved resonance raman spectroscopy of triplet-state metallated and free-base tetraarylporphyrins, J. Chem. Soc., Faraday Trans.1995, 91, 411-418.

16. Aakeröy, C.B.; Nieuwenhuyzen, M. Hydrogen-bonded layers of hydrogenmalate anions:  a framework for crystal engineering, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 1994, 116, 10983-10991.

15. Aakeröy, C.B, Bahra, G.S.; Chaloner, P.A.; Seddon, K.R.; Trowbridge, L.Composites for Nonlinear Optics:  Crystal Growth and Polymorphism, Polym. Prepr., 1994, 35, 272-273.

14. Aakeröy, C.B.; Hitchcock, P.B. Structure of 1H-benzimidazolium hydrogentartrate dihydrate, Acta Crystallogr., Sect. C, 1994, 50, 759-761.

13. Aakeröy, C.B.; Hitchcock, P.B. Hydrogen-bonded Layers of Hydrogentartrate Anions: Two-dimensional Building blocks for Crystal Engineering, J. Mat. Chem., 1993, 3, 1129-1135.

12. Aakeröy, C.B.; Seddon, K.R., The hydrogen bond and crystal engineering, Chem. Soc. Rev.1993, 22, 397-407.

11. Aakeröy, C.B, Enthalpies of formation of carboxylic acids and proton affinities of carboxylate anions: A comparison of MNDO, AM1 and PM3, J. Mol. Struct. (THEOCHEM), 1993, 281, 259-267.

10. Aakeröy, C.B.; Azoz, N.; Kadim, M.; Seddon, K.R.; Trowbridge, L. Novel colourless composite materials for nonlinear optics, Adv. Mat., 1993, 5, 364-367.

9. Aakeröy, C.B.; Bahra, G.S.; Hitchcock, P.B.; Patell, Y.; Seddon, K.R, Crystal engineering: Hydrogen-bonded salts of hydroxybenzoic acids for second harmonic generation, J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun., 1993, 152-156.

8. Aakeröy, C.B.; Seddon, K.R., The crystal structures of pyridinium chloride revisited: evidence for extensive C-H×××Cl hydrogen-bonded interactions, Z. Naturforsch., Teil B, 1993, 48, 1023-1025.

7. Aakeröy, C.B.; Hitchcock, P.B.; Seddon, K.R, Organic salts of l-tartaric acid: materials for second harmonic generation with a crystal structure governed by an anionic hydrogen-bonded network, J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun., 1992, 553-555.

6. Aakeröy, C.B.; Leslie, M.; Seddon, K.R., Hydrogen-bonding contributions to the lattice energy of salts for second harmonic generation, Struct. Chem., 1992, 3, 62-65.

5. Aakeröy, C.B.; Lowe, C.B.; Shaviv, R.; Zora, J.A.; Hitchcock, P.B.; Seddon, K.R.; Carlin, R.L.;Magnetochemistry of the tetrahaloferrate(III) ions.  6. Crystal structure and magnetic ordering in bis[pyridinium tetrachloroferrate(III)]. pyridinium chloride, Inorg. Chim. Acta, 1992,198-200, 613-621.

4. Aakeröy, C.B, Osmium Compounds, in Dictionary of organometallic compounds, Chapman & Hall, 1992.

3. Aakeröy, C.B.; Azoz, N.; Calvert, P.D.; Kadim, M.; McCaffrey, A.J.; Seddon, K.R., composites: Novel materials for second harmonic generation, in "Materials for Nonlinear Optics", (eds. G. Stucky, S. Marder and J. Sohn), ACS Symp. Ser., Vol. 455, Washington, 1991, 516-527.

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