The term ‘crystal engineering’ was initially used in 1971 by Schmidt associated with photodimerisation reactions within crystalline cinnamic acids. Crystal engineering is the design and functionality of molecular solid-state buildings with desired houses, based on a preliminary understanding and exploitation associated with intermolecular interactions. The two key strategies currently utilized for crystal engineering use hydrogen bonding in addition to coordination complexation.
- Dolmabahçe Palace, Istanbul, Turkey
- A Visit To A Historical Place/Building (Behram Pasha Mosque, Turkey)
- A visit to a historical place/building (Mosque of Ibn Tulun, Cairo)
- Analysis and Design of Building Components (Part 2)
- Mosque-Madrasa of Sultan Hassan, Cairo, Egypt
- Discuss on types of Building Materials