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glass ball SRD 141 Atomic Reference Data for Electronic Structure Calculations (Web, free access)
Atomic Reference Data for Electronic Structure Calculations contains total energies, partial energies and orbital eigenvalues for the atoms hydrogen through uranium, as computed in several standard variants of density-functional theory, both non-relativistic and relativistic. This data has been calculated to micro-Hartree accuracy to provide a benchmark for electronic structure calculations.
glass ball SRD 35 NIST/EPA Gas-Phase Infrared; JCAMP Format (PC database for purchase)  Keywords for Database
This data collection contains 5,228 infrared spectra in the JCAMP-DX (Joint Committee for Atomic and Molecular Physical Data "Data Exchange") format.
glass ball SRD 23 NIST Reference Fluid Thermodynamic and Transport Properties Database (REFPROP) (PC database for purchase)  Keywords for Database
NIST 23 contains revised data in a Windows version of the database, including 105 pure fluids and allowing mixtures of up to 20 components. The fluids include the environmentally acceptable HFCs, traditional HFCs and CFCs and 'natural' refrigerants like ammonia
glass ball SRD 106 IUPAC-NIST Solubility Database (Web, free access)  Keywords for Database
These solubilities are compiled from 18 volumes (Click here for List) of the International Union for Pure and Applied Chemistry(IUPAC)-NIST Solubility Data Series. The database includes liquid-liquid, solid-liquid, and gas-liquid systems. Typical solvents and solutes include water, seawater, heavy water, inorganic compounds, and a variety of organic compounds such as hydrocarbons, halogenated hydrocarbons, alcohols, acids, esters and nitrogen compounds. There are over 67,500 solubility measurements and over 1800 references.
glass ball SRD 4 NIST Thermophysical Properties of Hydrocarbon Mixtures (PC database for purchase)  Keywords for Database
Interactive computer program for predicting thermodynamic and transport properties of pure fluids and fluid mixtures containing up to 20 components. The components are selected from a database of 196 components, mostly hydrocarbons.

The following Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data articles may also be of interest:
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glass ball A Critical Review of Henry's Law Constants for Chemicals of Environmental Interest
Donald Mackay, Wan Ying Shiu
JPCRD 10(4) pp. 1175-1199 (1981)
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glass ball A Survey of Electron Swarm Data
J. Dutton
JPCRD 4(3) pp. 577-856 (1975)
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glass ball An Annotated Compilation and Appraisal of Electron Swarm Data in Electronegative Gases
J. W. Gallagher, E. C. Beaty, J. Dutton, L. C. Pitchford
JPCRD 12(1) pp. 109-152 (1983)
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glass ball Effects of Isotopic Composition, Temperature, Pressure, and Dissolved Gases on the Density of Liquid Water
George S. Kell
JPCRD 6(4) pp. 1109-1131 (1977)
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glass ball Equilibrium and Transport Properties of Gas Mixtures at Low Density: Eleven Polyatomic Gases and Five Noble Gases
J. Bzowski, J. Kestin, E. A. Mason, F. J. Uribe
JPCRD 19(5) pp. 1179-1232 (1990)
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glass ball Equilibrium and Transport Properties of the Noble Gases and Their Mixtures at Low Density
J. Kestin, K. Knierim, E. A. Mason, B. Najafi, S. T. Ro, M. Waldman
JPCRD 13(1) pp. 229-303 (1984)
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glass ball Erratum: "IUPAC-NIST Solubility Data Series. 80. Gaseous Fluorides of Boron, Nitrogen, Sulfur, Carbon, and Silicon and Solid Xenon Fluorides in all Solvents" [J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data 34, 201 (2005)]
H. Lawrence Clever
JPCRD 34(4) pp. 2347-2349 (2005)
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glass ball Gaseous Diffusion Coefficients
T. R. Marrero, E. A. Mason
JPCRD 1(1) pp. 1-118 (1972)
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glass ball Henry's Constant and Vapor-Liquid Distribution Constants for Gaseous Solutes in H2O and D2O at High Temperatures
Roberto Fernández-Prini, Jorge L. Alvarez, Allan H. Harvey
JPCRD 32(2) pp. 903-916 (2003)
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glass ball Ideal Gas Thermodynamic Properties of Eight Chloroand Fluoromethanes
A. S. Rodgers, J. Chao, R. C. Wilhoit, B. J. Zwolinski
JPCRD 3(1) pp. 117-140 (1974)
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glass ball IUPAC-NIST Solubility Data Series 70. The Solubility of Gases in Glassy Polymers
Russell Paterson, Yuri P. Yampol'skii, Peter G.T. Fogg, Alexandre Bokarev, Valerii Bondar, Oleg Ilinich, Sergey Shishatskii
JPCRD 28(5) pp. 1255-1451 (1999)
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glass ball IUPAC-NIST Solubility Data Series. 80. Gaseous Fluorides of Boron, Nitrogen, Sulfur, Carbon, and Silicon and Solid Xenon Fluorides in all Solvents
H. Lawrence Clever, Rubin Battino, Bruno Jaselskis, Yuri P. Yampol'skii, Pirketta Scharlin, Colin L. Young
JPCRD 34(1) pp. 201-419 (2005)
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glass ball pVT-Second Virial Coefficients B(T), Viscosity n(T), and Self-Diffusion p(T) of the Gases: BF3, CF4, SiF4, CCl4, SiCl4, SF6, MoF6, WF6, UF6, C(CH3)4, and Si(CH3)4 Determined by Means of an Isotropic T
L. Zarkova, U. Hohm
JPCRD 31(1) pp. 183-216 (2002)
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glass ball Rate Constants for the Reactions of Atomic Oxygen (O 3P) with Organic Compounds in the Gas Phase
John T. Herron, Robert E. Huie
JPCRD 2(3) pp. 467-518 (1973)
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glass ball Summary of the Apparent Standard Partial Molal Gibbs Free Energies of Formation of Aqueous Species, Minerals, and Gases at Pressures 1 to 5000 Bars and Temperatures 25 to 1000 ^0 C
Eric H. Oelkers, Harold C. Helgeson, Everett L. Shock, Dimitri A. Sverjensky, James W. Johnson, Vitalii A. Pokrovskii
JPCRD 24(4) pp. 1401-1560 (1995)
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glass ball The Thermal Conductivity of Methane and Tetrafluoromethane in the Limit of Zero Density
M. J. Assael, J. Millat, V. Vesovic, W. A. Wakeham
JPCRD 19(5) pp. 1137-1147 (1990)
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glass ball The Viscosity and Thermal Conductivity Coefficients of Dilute Argon, Krypton, and Xenon
H. J.M. Hanley
JPCRD 2(3) pp. 619-642 (1973)
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glass ball The Viscosity and Thermal Conductivity Coefficients of Dilute Nitrogen and Oxygen
H. J.M. Hanley, James F. Ely
JPCRD 2(4) pp. 735-756 (1973)
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glass ball The Viscosity and Thermal Conductivity of Pure Monatomic Gases From Their Normal Boiling Point up to 5000 K in the Limit of Zero Density and at 0.101325 MPa
E. Bich, J. Millat, E. Vogel
JPCRD 19(6) pp. 1289-1305 (1990)
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glass ball The Viscosity of Normal Deuterium in the Limit of Zero Density
M. J. Assael, S. Mixafendi, W. A. Wakeham
JPCRD 16(2) pp. 189-192 (1987)
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glass ball Thermal Conductivity of Refrigerants in a Wide Range of Temperature and Pressure
R. Krauss, K. Stephan
JPCRD 18(1) pp. 43-76 (1989)
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glass ball Thermal Conductivity of the Elements: A Comprehensive Review
C. Y. Ho, R. W. Powell, P. E. Liley
JPCRD 3(Supplement 1) pp. 1-796 (1974)
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glass ball Thermodynamic Properties of Ammonia
Lester Haar, John S. Gallagher
JPCRD 7(3) pp. 635-792 (1978)
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glass ball Viscosity and pVT-Second Virial Coefficient of Binary Noble-Globular Gas and Globular-Globular Gas Mixtures Calculated by Means of an Isotropic Temperature-Dependent Potential
L. Zarkova, U. Hohm, M. Damyanova
JPCRD 32(4) pp. 1591-1705 (2003)
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glass ball Viscosity and Thermal Conductivity of Nitrogen for a Wide Range of Fluid States
K. Stephan, R. Krauss, A. Laesecke
JPCRD 16(4) pp. 993-1023 (1987)
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