Organic-inorganic Hybrids: the Best of Both Worlds?

  • Peter Day
Conference paper
Part of the NATO Science Series book series (NAII, volume 139)

Abstract

Structural features of organic-inorganic layer compounds are surveyed, with special reference to factors influencing the interaction between the organic and inorganic components. The role of chirality and of guest molecules included in the inorganic layers is emphasised, and new examples of superlattices formed from different stacking types are described.

Keywords

Fermi Surface Crown Ether Guest Molecule Donor Molecule Continuous Lattice 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Peter Day
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  1. 1.Davy Faraday Research LaboratoryThe Royal Institution of Great BritainLondon WIS 4BSUK

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