Partially fluorinated binol scaffolds (see picture) offer a versatile entry into helically chiral materials. The different fluorine substitution patterns in these molecules lead to substantial changes in their crystal packing arrangements, which should facilitate the discovery and development of novel materials for applications ranging from semiconductor synthesis to catalysis.
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