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Journal Article

Journal Article

Flash Points of Organosilicon Compounds: How Data for Alkanes Combined with Custom Additive Fragments Can Expedite the Development of Predictive Models  [2012]

Mathieu, Didier;

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An especially simple approach to the evaluation of flash point (FP) from additive fragment contributions is outlined. Being based on a square root expression derived from the examination of n-alkanes data, it avoids the need for nonlinear fitting procedures and for trial-and-error optimization of the analytical relationship between FP and molecular descriptors. Furthermore, in spite of a specially small number of additive contributions, the method can be applied to most organic molecules. For organosilicon compounds, it exhibits some advantages compared to previously available procedures, while providing very similar performances, with an average absolute deviation from experiment close to 12 K, a determination coefficient R² = 0.89 and only one error >40 K.

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Bibliographic information

Language:
English
Type:
Journal Article
In AGRIS since:
2018
Volume:
51
Issue:
43
Extent:
14309-14315
Publisher:
American Chemical Society
All titles:
" Flash Points of Organosilicon Compounds: How Data for Alkanes Combined with Custom Additive Fragments Can Expedite the Development of Predictive Models "

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Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research

ISSN : 1520-5045