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Stereochemistry is intertwined with Absolute configuration and Carboxylate in her research. Leslie Leiserowitz integrates several fields in her works, including Absolute configuration and Stereochemistry. Her Phase transition studies intersect with other disciplines such as Condensed matter physics and Phase (matter). Leslie Leiserowitz incorporates Condensed matter physics and Phase transition in her studies. In her work, she performs multidisciplinary research in Phase (matter) and Molecule. Leslie Leiserowitz conducted interdisciplinary study in her works that combined Molecule and Intercalation (chemistry). Leslie Leiserowitz undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Intercalation (chemistry) and Biochemistry in her work. Her research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Carboxylate and Biochemistry. Part of her project on Ion includes research on Counterion and Metal ions in aqueous solution.
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Principles and applications of grazing incidence X-ray and neutron scattering from ordered molecular monolayers at the air-water interface
Jens Als-Nielsen;Didier Jacquemain;Kristian Kjaer;Franck Leveiller.
Physics Reports (1994)
Molecular recognition at crystal interfaces
I. Weissbuch;L. Addadi;M. Lahav;L. Leiserowitz.
Biological Control of Crystal Texture: A Widespread Strategy for Adapting Crystal Properties to Function
Amir Berman;Jonathan Hanson;Leslie Leiserowitz;Thomas F. Koetzle.
Toward Stereochemical Control, Monitoring, and Understanding of Crystal Nucleation
Isabelle Weissbuch;Meir Lahav;Leslie Leiserowitz.
Crystal Growth & Design (2003)
Understanding and control of nucleation, growth, habit, dissolution and structure of two‐ and three‐dimensional crystals using `tailor‐made' auxiliaries
I. Weissbuch;R. Popovitz-Biro;M. Lahav;L. Leiserowitz.
Acta Crystallographica Section B-structural Science (1995)
Intercalation of sea urchin proteins in calcite: study of a crystalline composite material.
Amir Berman;Lia Addadi;Åke Kvick;Leslie Leiserowitz.
Growth and Dissolution of Organic Crystals with “Tailor‐Made” Inhibitors—Implications in Stereochemistry and Materials Science
Lia Addadi;Ziva Berkovitch-Yellin;Isabelle Weissbuch;Jan van Mil.
Angewandte Chemie (1985)
Crystal morphology engineering by "tailor-made" inhibitors; a new probe to fine intermolecular interactions
Ziva Berkovitch-Yellin;J. Van Mil;L. Addadi;M. Idelson.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1985)
Ice nucleation by alcohols arranged in monolayers at the surface of water drops.
Michal Gavish;Ronit Popovitz-Biro;Meir Lahav;Leslie Leiserowitz.
Solvent Effect on Crystal Polymorphism: Why Addition of Methanol or Ethanol to Aqueous Solutions Induces the Precipitation of the Least Stable β Form of Glycine
Isabelle Weissbuch;Vladimir Yu. Torbeev;Leslie Leiserowitz;Meir Lahav.
Angewandte Chemie (2005)
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