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Solid-state forms of β-resorcylic acid how exhaustive should a polymorph screen be?

Braun, Doris E and Karamertzanis, Panagiotis G and Arlin, Jean-Baptiste and Florence, Alastair J and Kahlenberg, Volker and Tocher, Derek A and Griesser, Ulrich J and Price, Sarah L. (2011) Solid-state forms of β-resorcylic acid how exhaustive should a polymorph screen be? Crystal Growth and Design, 11 (1). pp. 210-220.

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An extensive experimental screen, coupled with a computational study, revealed seven new solid-state forms of β-resorcylic acid. The known, stable polymorph II° shows a reversible phase transformation to the new, kinetically stable, probably disordered high temperature form I. The study provides a consistent picture of the solid-state of β-resorcylic acid.