Hydrogen bonding in organometallic crystals — a survey

Braga, Dario ; Grepioni, Fabrizia ; Desiraju, Gautam R. (1997) Hydrogen bonding in organometallic crystals — a survey Journal of Organometallic Chemistry, 548 (1). pp. 33-43. ISSN 0022-328X

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Patterns of hydrogen bonding in organometallic crystals and the relationship with the hydrogen bonding patterns in organic solids have been discussed. It has been shown, inter alia, that organometallic systems provide new types of hydrogen bonding donor and acceptor groups, such as the M-H system and the CO ligand in its various bonding modes, which have no counterpart in organic crystals. Emphasis is given to the recognition of packing motifs and to the importance of hydrogen bonds in the construction of crystalline materials based on co-crystallization of organic and organometallic molecules chosen on the basis of complementarity of shape and size.

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