Urotropin azelate: a rather unwilling co-crystal
Urotropin (U) and azelaic acid (AA) form 1:1 co-crystals (UA) that give rise to a rather complex diffraction pattern, the main features of which are diffuse rods and-bands in addition to the Bragg reflections. UA is characterized by solvent inclusions, parasite phases, and high vacancy and dislocation densities. These defects compounded, with the pronounced tendency of U to escape from the crystal edifice lead to at least seven exotic phase transitions (many of. which barely manifest themselves...[Show more]
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