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NIST Standard Reference Database 147

NIST Ionic Liquids Database - (IL Thermo)

NIST/TRC Ionic Liquids Database

ILThermo is a web-based ionic liquids database available free to the public. It aims to provide users worldwide with up-to-date information on publications of experimental investigation on ionic liquids, including numerical values of chemical and physical properties, measurement methods, sample purity, uncertainty of property values, as well as many other significant measurement details. The database can be searched by means of the ions constituting the ionic liquids, the ionic liquids themselves, their properties, and references.

The new version 2.0 features an improved web interface and over three times more information as compared to the previous release: it includes data for more than 1,000 ionic liquids and nearly 280,000 experimental data points.

* Features
well-organized and archived information on current and historical investigations on ionic liquids
detailed description of key elements in the experimental investigations such as sample purification and measurement methods
worldwide collection of scientific journals
up-to-date information on major publications on ionic liquids

* Coverage
pure ionic liquids
binary mixture systems containing ionic liquids
ternary mixture systems containing ionic liquids
thermodynamic properties
thermochemical properties
transport properties

The scientific contact for the database is:

Kenneth Kroenlein, Ph.D
Thermodynamics Research Center (TRC)
NIST Applied Chemicals and Materials Division
325 Broadway MS 647.01
Boulder, CO 80305-3337
Kenneth.kroenlein@nist.gov
303 497-3952 Phone

Created August 27, 2010, Updated September 12, 2018