Crystal polymorphism is important because of the different physical and mechanical properties of the polymorphs. Based on a stereochemical approach to controlling crystal polymorphism using stereospecific nucleation inhibitors, auxiliaries have been designed for the precipitation of the yform of glycine (see Figure) from aqueous solutions. The ideas behind this work are presented, together with results.
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