RCCM of the School of Medical and Life Sciences Publishes First Article of 2023 in CrystEngComm

The Research Centre for Crystalline Materials (RCCM) of the School of Medical and Life Sciences are happy to acknowledge their first publication for 2023, in the RSC's CrystEngComm, forms part of their HOT article collection and is Open Access for six weeks.

This WoS Q1 paper re-evaluates crystal structures for often non-disclosed Se...N interactions, usually chalcogen-bonding interactions, which have great relevance to biological systems, drugs, materials chemistry, catalysis., etc. This new paper complements recent articles in Coordination Chemistry Reviews (WoS Q1, IF: 24.8) describing Se...O, Te...N and other Se...N interactions.