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Professor Susan Bourne

AMOMBO NOA, F.M., BOURNE, S.A., SU, H. AND NASSIMBENI, L.R. 2016. Guest exchange in halogenated Host-Guest compounds: structures and kinetics. Cryst. Growth Des. 16(3), 1636-1642.

MEHLANA, G., RAMON, G. AND BOURNE, S.A. 2016. A 4-fold interpenetrated diamondoid metal-organic framework with large channels exhibiting solvent sorption properties and high iodine capture. Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, 231: 21-30.

AMOMBO NOA, F.M., BOURNE, S.A., SU, H., WEBER, E. AND NASSIMBENI, L.R. 2016. Hydrogen Bonding versus Halogen Bonding in Host−Guest Compounds. Cryst. Growth Des., 16, 4765−4771.

NOONAN, T.J., MZONDO, B., BOURNE, S.A., CAIRA, M.R. 2016. Polymorphism of the antiviral agent clevudine. CrystEngComm., 18, 8172–8181.

BACCHI, A., BOURNE, S.A., CANTONI, G., CAVALLONE, S.A.M., MAZZA, S., MEHLANA, G., PELAGATTI, P., RIGHI, L. 2015. Reversible Guest Removal and Selective Guest Exchange with a Covalent Dinuclear Wheel-​and-​Axle Metallorganic Host Constituted by Half-​Sandwich Ru(II) Wheels Connected by a Linear Diphosphine Axle. Crystal Growth & Design, 15(4), 1876-1888.

MEHLANA, G., WILKINSON, C., RAMON, G. AND BOURNE, S.A. 2015. Reversible thermo- and mechanochromic behaviour in a 3D hydrogen bonded discrete complex. Polyhedron 98, 224–229.

CAIRA, M.R., BOURNE, S.A, SAMSODIEN, H. 2015. Thermal, X-ray structural, and dissolution characteristics of solid forms derived from the anticancer agents 2-methoxyestradiol and 2-methoxyestradiol-3,17-O,O-bis-sulfamate. J. Pharm. Sci., 104, 3418-3425.

AMOMBO NOA, F.M., BOURNE, S.A. AND NASSIMBENI, L.R. 2015. Halogen bonding in host-guest compounds: structures and kinetics of enclathration and desolvation. Crystal Growth & Design, 15: 3271-3279.

BATISAI, E., SMITH, V.J., BOURNE, S.A. AND BÁTHORI, N.B. 2015. Solid state structures of p-cresol revisited. CrystEngComm, 17: 5134-5138.

CAIRA, M.R., BOURNE, S.A, SAMSODIEN, H., SMITH, V.J. 2015. Inclusion complexes of 2-methoxy-estradiol with dimethylated and permethylated β-cyclodextrins: models for cyclodextrin–steroid interaction. Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 11, 2616-2630.

MEHLANA, G., RAMON, G. AND BOURNE, S.A. 2014. The role of C–H⋯π interactions in modulating the breathing amplitude of a 2D square lattice net: alcohol sorption studies. CrystEngComm, 16, 8160–8168.

TROLLOPE, L., CRUICKSHANK, D.L., NOONAN, T., BOURNE, S.A., SORRENTI, M., CATENACCI, L. AND CAIRA, M.R. 2014. Inclusion of trans-resveratrol in methylated cyclodextrins: synthesis and solid-state structures. Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 10, 3136–3151.