S42 Solid state reactivity and structural transformations

Exhibition building, Meeting Room 3

Date: August 2(AM), 3(Day), 4(AM)

Dr. Mobin Shaikh, Associate Professor, IIT Indore, India.
Dr. Yoshiki Ozawa, Associate Professor, University of Hyogo, Japan.
Dr. Manabu Hoshino, Researcher, RIKEN, Japan.
Dr. Tomislav Friscic, Associate Professor, McGill University, Canada.
Dr. Shao-Liang Zheng, Lecturer, Harvard University, USA.

Keynote Speakers

Professor Jagadese J. Vittal, National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore

Prof. Omar K. Farah, Northwestern University, USA

Prof. Hiroshi Kitagawa, Kyoto University, Japan

Prof. Hajime Ito, Hokkaido University, Japan

Prof. Pance Naumov, NYU Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Invited Speakers

Prof. Hoi Ri Moon, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), South Korea

Prof. Andrea Deák, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary

Prof. Jason B. Benedict, State University of New York s (SUNY), Buffalo, USA

Prof. Kana M. Sureshan, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER) Thiruvananthapuram, India

Prof. Vladislav A. Blatov, Samara Center for Theoretical Materials Science (SCTMS), Samara University, Russia

Prof. Hidetaka Nakai, Kindai University, Japan

Prof. Christine McKenzie, Department of Physics, Chemistry and Pharmacy, University of Southern Denmark. Denmark

Prof. Dr. Dietmar Stalke,Institut für Anorganische Chemie, Georg-August-Universität Gottingen

Keywords of the session

SCSC Transformations, MOFs, Structure reactivity, Solid-State.

Scope of the session

Solid state reactions and structural transformations The solid-state reactions and structural transformation has been an emerging field in the broad areas of coordination chemistry. The areas of solid-state reactions and structural transformations or commonly known as Single-Crystal-to-Single-Crystal (SCSC) transformations under the crystal engineering concept have been rapidly increasing due to its unique feature of structurally transformed newer materials, which otherwise difficult to obtained by routine synthesis. These structural transformations are accompanied by the change in physical properties such as color, magnetism, porosity, luminescence, chirality etc. as well as change in coordination number, geometry and dimensionality. Growth of solid-state reactions over the last two decades has been quite remarkable. From a position of less than half a dozen active pioneer research groups such as Coppens, Kitagawa, Suh, Vittal, Mac Gillivray et al. working in this areas upto 2010s, now a large number of group including some young scientists at the beginning of their research career to some senior scientists across the globe has been involved in this area of solid-state structural transformation. In crystal engineering, the major phenomena which attract attention are (i) the designing of organic co-crystals (multi-component system), extensively used in pharmaceutical industries, (ii) single-crystal-to-single-crystal (SCSC) transformations which involve several bond breaking and formation processes that leads to unusual products which may not be easily feasible by routine synthetic methods and currently (iii) investigation of bending properties of crystals as introduced by Desiraju et al. in hexachlorobenzene and further extensively explored by Naumov and Reddy et al. about their mechanical properties. All these features in crystal engineering are of high interest in the scientific community today. This progress in the filed of solid-sate reactions and structural transformations can be authenticated by their appearance in high impact journals with an impressive frequency. The details of upsurge in quality and quantity of publications are shown below. Undoubtedly the future of solid-state reaction is very bright. (a) Year wise progress in the field of SCSC Transformations wrt Publications. (b) Quality v/s No. of Publications (Including Reviews and Patents) Thus, we would like to strongly recommend the session on Solid-state reaction and Structural transformations in ICCC 2018.