Ashwini Nangia
Ashwini Nangia
Professor of Chemistry
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Solubility advantage of amorphous drugs and pharmaceutical cocrystals
NJ Babu, A Nangia
Crystal Growth & Design 11 (7), 2662-2679, 2011
8062011
C− H⊙⊙⊙ F Interactions in the Crystal Structures of Some Fluorobenzenes
VR Thalladi, HC Weiss, D Bläser, R Boese, A Nangia, GR Desiraju
Journal of the American Chemical Society 120 (34), 8702-8710, 1998
7241998
Conformational polymorphism in organic crystals
A Nangia
Accounts of chemical research 41 (5), 595-604, 2008
4662008
Tape and layer structures in cocrystals of some di-and tricarboxylic acids with 4, 4'-bipyridines and isonicotinamide. From binary to ternary cocrystals
BR Bhogala, S Basavoju, A Nangia
CrystEngComm 7, 551-562, 2005
3752005
Pharmaceutical cocrystals: walking the talk
G Bolla, A Nangia
Chemical communications 52 (54), 8342-8360, 2016
3432016
Molecular complexes of homologous alkanedicarboxylic acids with isonicotinamide: X-ray crystal structures, hydrogen bond synthons, and melting point alternation
P Vishweshwar, A Nangia, VM Lynch
Crystal growth & design 3 (5), 783-790, 2003
3012003
Cubanecarboxylic Acids. Crystal Engineering Considerations and the Role of C− H⊙⊙⊙ O Hydrogen Bonds in Determining O− H⊙⊙⊙ O Networks
SS Kuduva, DC Craig, A Nangia, GR Desiraju
Journal of the American Chemical Society 121 (9), 1936-1944, 1999
2681999
Cocrystals of 1, 3, 5-Cyclohexanetricarboxylic Acid with 4, 4 ‘-Bipyridine Homologues: Acid⊙⊙⊙ Pyridine Hydrogen Bonding in Neutral and Ionic Complexes
BR Bhogala, A Nangia
Crystal growth & design 3 (4), 547-554, 2003
2672003
Supramolecular synthons and pattern recognition
A Nangia, GR Desiraju
Design of Organic Solids, 57-95, 1998
2601998
Crystal engineering of some 2, 4, 6-triaryloxy-1, 3, 5-triazines: Octupolar nonlinear materials
VR Thalladi, S Brasselet, HC Weiss, D Bläser, AK Katz, HL Carrell, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 120 (11), 2563-2577, 1998
2581998
Recurrence of carboxylic acid− pyridine supramolecular synthon in the crystal structures of some pyrazinecarboxylic acids
P Vishweshwar, A Nangia, VM Lynch
The Journal of organic chemistry 67 (2), 556-565, 2002
2292002
A Cambridge Structural Database analysis of the C–H⋯ Cl interaction: C–H⋯ Cl− and C–H⋯ Cl–M often behave as hydrogen bonds but C–H⋯ Cl–C is generally a van der Waals interaction
PK Thallapally, A Nangia
CrystEngComm 3 (27), 114-119, 2001
2132001
New polymorphs of curcumin
P Sanphui, NR Goud, UBR Khandavilli, S Bhanoth, A Nangia
Chemical Communications 47 (17), 5013-5015, 2011
2082011
Fast dissolving curcumin cocrystals
P Sanphui, NR Goud, UBR Khandavilli, A Nangia
Crystal growth & design 11 (9), 4135-4145, 2011
1972011
Crystal engineering with hydrogen bonds and halogen bonds
BK Saha, A Nangia, M Jaskólski
CrystEngComm 7 (58), 355-358, 2005
1902005
Eutectics as improved pharmaceutical materials: design, properties and characterization
S Cherukuvada, A Nangia
Chemical Communications 50 (8), 906-923, 2014
1842014
Synthon competition and cooperation in molecular salts of hydroxybenzoic acids and aminopyridines
B Sarma, NK Nath, BR Bhogala, A Nangia
Crystal Growth and Design 9 (3), 1546-1557, 2009
1812009
Pseudopolymorphism: occurrences of hydrogen bonding organic solvents in molecular crystals
A Nangia, GR Desiraju
Chemical Communications, 605-606, 1999
1561999
Database research in crystal engineering
A Nangia
CrystEngComm 4 (17), 93-101, 2002
1552002
Novel furosemide cocrystals and selection of high solubility drug forms
NR Goud, S Gangavaram, K Suresh, S Pal, SG Manjunatha, S Nambiar, ...
Journal of pharmaceutical sciences 101 (2), 664-680, 2012
1482012
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