What is
Chemical Real-Time Predictor?(ChemRTP)

Chemical Real-Time Predictor (ChemRTP) quickly predicts chemical data and information of chemicals you defined.
This would be a complement to other databases that can only provide limited stored data.
ChemRTP based on QSPR provides 28 important chemical data for each chemical in real-time on the web.
Prediction accuracy comes with experimental data, if any.

Types of Compounds Available

  • Predict all pure compounds except radical, salt, mixture, or ion types
  • Types of atoms that can be used for modeling: C, H, N, O, S, F, Cl, Br, I, Si, P, As

Types of Properties Provided

Absolute Entropy of Ideal Gas at 298.15K and 1bar | Acentric Factor | Critical Compressibility Factor | Critical Pressure | Critical Temperature | Critical Volume | Enthalpy of Formation for Ideal Gas at 298.15K | Liquid Molar Volume at 298.15K | Molecular Weight | Net Standard State Enthalpy of Combustion at 298.15K | Normal Boiling Point | Melting Point | Refractive Index | Solubility Parameter at 298.15K | Standard State Absolute Entropy at 298.15K and 1bar | Standard State Enthalpy of Formation at 298.15K and 1bar | Magnetic Susceptibility | Polarizability | Flash Point | Parachor | Lower Flammability Limit Temperature | Lower Flammability Limit Volume Percent | Upper Flammability Limit Temperature | Upper Flammability Limit Volume Percent | Liquid Density at Normal Boiling Point | Heat of Vaporization at 298.15K | Heat of Vaporization

Quality Data Accuracy
through Experimental Data Refining Method

Years of accuracy verification using millions of experimental data points

  • We collected experimental data from every possible source, including technical journals, scientific books, the Internet, and commercial databases.
  • The collected experimental data were inspected and refined to remove the noise and unacceptable errors.
  • Refined experimental data were used to verify the accuracy of the estimated values. Thousands of charts were generated and inspected manually on a daily basis.
  • A systematic process has now been developed based on chemical analysis theories, e.g., similarity analysis, and was then applied for the accuracy verification.

Selected ChemRTP Citation List


Selected Mol-Instincts Citation List