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Crystal Growth & Design Remains Most-Cited Crystallography Journal

Recently released citation metrics from Clarivate and Scopus show that Crystal Growth & Design remained the most-cited journal in the crystallography category this year, with 33,973 citations. The journal also improved its immediacy index by 6% (from 0.924 to 0.979).

We’d like to thank all journal contributors for continuing to support and publish highly-cited work in the journal. Highlighted below is a selection of Editor-in-Chief Jonathan Steed’s top choices from among the most highly cited primary research articles, published in 2018 or 2019, that contributed to the journal’s success:

Porous Zn(II)-Based Metal-Organic Frameworks Decorated with Carboxylate Groups Exhibiting High Gas Adsorption and Separation of Organic Dyes

Zhao, Ying; Wang, Lu; Fan, Ning-Na; Han, Min-Le; Yang, Guo-Ping; Ma, Lu-Fang

Country: China

Lanthanide-2,3,5,6-Tetrabromoterephthalic Acid Metal-Organic Frameworks: Evolution of Halogen center dot center dot center dot Halogen Interactions across the Lanthanide Series and Their Potential as Selective Bifunctional Sensors for the Detection of Fe3+, Cu2+, and Nitroaromatics

Smith, Jermaine A.; Singh-Wilmot, Marvadeen A.; Carter, Korey P.; Cahill, Christopher L.; Ridenour, James A.

Country: USA

Evaluating the Energetic Driving Force for Cocrystal Formation*

Taylor, Christopher R.; Day, Graeme M.

Country: United Kingdom

HCI Flow-Induced Phase Change of α-, β-, and ε-Ga2O3 Films Grown by MOCVD

Sun, Haiding; Li, Kuang-Hui; Castanedo, C. G. Tones; Okur, Serdal; Tompa, Gary S.; Salagaj, Tom; Lopati, Sergei; Genovese, Alessandro; Li, Xiaohang

Country: Saudi Arabia

Distinguishing Metal-Organic Frameworks*

Barthel, Senja; Alexandrov, Eugeny V.; Proserpio, Davide M.; Smit, Berend

Country: Switzerland

*=Open Access

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