|Reinhard, Martin / Drefahl, Axel|
Toolkit for Estimating Physiochemical Properties of Organic Compounds
1999. 224 Seiten, Hardcover
ISBN 978-0-471-17263-5 - John Wiley & Sons
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Quick access to data and fast property estimation techniques for organic compounds.
An invaluable time-saver for busy scientists and researchers, the Toolkit uses algorithms derived from more than 2,700 published sources to calculate these key properties of organic compounds quickly and easily:
* Density and molar volume
* Boiling point
* Refractive index and molar refraction
* Melting point
* Surface tension and parachor
* Water solubility
* Air/water partition coefficient
* Vapor pressure
* Octanol/water partition coefficient
* Enthalpy of vaporization
* Soil/water partition coefficient.
These properties can be estimated using published methods and, in some cases, temperature-dependent functions. Complete bibliographic citations are included for each property estimation technique, and properties are simultaneously retrieved for approximately 24,000 organic compounds, most of them derived from the Registry of Physicochemical Data.
The Toolkit is flexible and easy-to-use, allowing the user to perform structure and database searches. It contains EndNote 3 Demo Version for searching and viewing an extensive bibliography comprising more than 2,700 references. Structures can be created in CS ChemDrawNet or imported via clipboard function from other chemical drafting programs using MDL MOLfile format, or imported from disk as MDL MOLfiles.
Minimum system requirements.
IBM-compatible PC 486
* Win95(r) or higher
* CD-ROM drive and 8MB RAM
* 18MB free hard disk space for minimum installation.
CS ChemDrawNet is a registered trademark of CambridgeSoft Corporation. EndNote 3 is a registered trademark of Niles Software, Inc. Registry of Physicochemical Data is a trademark of Synexchem Consulting Services International, LLC.
* Handbook for Estimating Physicochemical Properties of Organic Compounds
Toolkit for Estimating Physicochemical Properties of Organic Compounds