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Extension of ThermoML—The IUPAC Standard for Thermodynamic Data Communications
project is an extension of project 2002-055-3-024, XML-Based
IUPAC Standard for Experimental and Critically Evaluated Thermodynamic
Property Data Storage and Capture, which was successfully
completed in 2006. From that project, a new XML-based IUPAC
standard (ThermoML) was established for thermodynamic data
2006, 78, 541-612). Initially, ThermoML provided support
of communications for experimental, critically evaluated,
and predicted data for thermodynamic properties of pure and
multi-component mixtures of molecular compounds with comprehensive
representation of uncertainties (J. Chem. Eng. Data,
2003, 48, 2-13; 2003, 48, 1344-1359; and 2004, 49, 160-174).
Prior to the standard release, enhancements for aqueous electrolyte
solutions and ionic liquids were included. The current project
will broaden the scope of ThermoML to support storage and
exchange of thermodynamic property data for speciation and
complex equilibria in aqueous and non-aqueous solvents, and
thermodynamic properties of biomaterials.
For more information and comments, please contact the Task Group Chair Michael Frenkel <email@example.com>.
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