DETHERM is one of the world’s largest thermophysical databases. It is available from the National Chemistry Database service. The service is free to HE Institutions and it can be accessed from a Swansea University IP address. Below is an example of some of the contents:
DETHERM now contains data from over 100,000 literature documents, equating to over 8,000,000 data rows:
#Literature #Data Tables #Data Rows Dortmund Database (DDB) 75,844 508,465 5,083,431 Electrolyte Data Collection (ELDAR) 7,665 46,331 637,449 Thermophysical Database (INFOTHERM) 15,754 139,846 1,920,628 FIZ Chemie Berlin 2,359 38,590 286,429 DECHEMA e.V. 6,881 72,728 504,462 Transport properties (LUCAS (Dech/FIZ Ch)) 232 1,809 25,068 Solubility Database (CAPEC-SDB) 190 3,123 5,584 Total 108,925 810,892 8,463,051
Below is a breakdown of data from the Dortmund Database (DDB) present in DETHERM:
#Literature #Data Tables #Data Rows Excess Properties Heat Capacities of Mixtures (Excess heat capacities) 542 1,762 49,744 Excess Enthalpies 3,063 14,414 310,033 Mixture Densities (including Excess volumes) 6,152 25,257 672,115 Phase Equlibrium data Activity Coefficients at infinite dilutions (in mixtures) 59 827 9,277 Activity Coefficients at infinite dilutions (pure solvents) 1,139 27,963 71,023 Azeotropic data 1,926 36,402 53,703 Vapor-Liquid-Equilibria (electrolyte systems) 1,249 4,165 115,011 Gas Solubilities (electrolyte systems) 151 666 11,795 Salt solubilities (mainly in water) 5,682 24,130 235,873 Gas Solubilities (non-electrolytes) 1,810 11,850 93,694 Vapor-Liquid Equilibria (low boiling substances) 3,771 10,893 291,999 Liquid-Liquid Equilibria 3935 16338 218083 Solid-Liquid-Equilibria (mainly organic compounds) 5,614 36,869 372,016 Vapor-Liquid Equilibria (normal boiling substances) 6,904 18,535 481,675 Critical data of mixtures (critical lines) 786 2,735 19,031 Partition Coefficients (octanol-water) 514 8,335 11,398 Other Viscosities, thermal conductivities, surface tensions and speeds of sound 2,782 10,700 346,751 Pure component properties 29,765 195,968 1,557,065 Total (DDB) 75,844 447,809 4,920,286
Now in the Library at TA640.2.Z5 2014continue reading
- Geopositioning and mobility / edited by Ahmed Nait-Sidi-Moh … [et al.] ; series editor, Marcelo Dias de Amorim.
- Tourists, signs and the city : the semiotics of culture in an urban landscape / by Michelle M. Metro-Roland.
- Faith in heritage : displacement, development, and religious tourism in contemporary China / Robert J. Shepherd.
- Ecotourism and biodiversity conservation / Suresh C. Rai.
- Tourism enterprises and the sustainability agenda across Europe / edited by David Leslie.
- Programming ArcGIS 10.1 with Python cookbook : over 75 recipes to help you automate geoprocessing tasks, create solutions, and solve problems for ArcGIS with Python / Eric Pimpler.
- Close up at a distance : mapping, technology, and politics / Laura Kurgan.
- Ice sheets : dynamics, formation and environmental concerns / Jonas Muller and Luka Koch, editors.
- The role of bathymetry, wave obliquity and coastal curvature in dune erosion prediction / door Cornelis den Heijer.
- Disaster and relief management Katastrophen und ihre Bewaltigung / edited by Angelika Berlejung.
- Dunes : dynamics, morphology, history / Andrew Warren.
- Watersheds : processes, management and impact / Gavyn L. Kuhn and Jason R. Emery, editors.
- Ocean science (OS) / editor-in-chief, Kenji Satake ; volume editor-in-chief, Jianping Gan.
- Environment disaster linkages / edited by Rajib Shaw, Phong Tran.
- Holocene : an environmental history / Neil Roberts.
- Geography speaks : performative aspects of geography / Rob Sullivan.
- The human impact on the natural environment : past, present and future / Andrew S. Goudie, St Cross College, Oxford.
- An introduction to landscape / Peter J. Howard.
Scopus is going to add cited references to its pre-1996 content, part of the Scopus Cited References Expansion programme to become available at the end of 2014. References will go back to 1970, making it more competitive with Web of Science and allowing more analysis.
Remember that it is worth doing an author search for yourself to make sure that you receive credit for all your work – mistakes in databases are not uncommon! Scopus includes a request to merge authors if you find that your name has been entered in more than one form. Scopus help gives more information on how to request corrections.continue reading
Vacation loans will start at 9am on Tuesday 8th April with a return date of Wed 7th May. Staff and postgraduates will be able to borrow one week loans for the whole of this period. Undergraduates will be able to borrow normal and one week loans.
The library building will be open as usual apart from shortened hours over the bank holiday weekend.continue reading
ABTA (Association of British Turkish Academics) announces the 2014 ABTA Doctoral Researcher Awards to promote and reward academic and scientific excellence among researchers pursuing doctoral degrees in the UK.
The awards will be given in three categories:
1. Natural & Life Sciences
2. Engineering Sciences
3. Management & Social Sciences
1st (x3) : £400
2nd (x3) : £300
3rd (x3) : £200
Honourable Mentions : Kindle
Application Deadline : 31 March 2014
Awards Ceremony : 25 May 2014
Venue : London Business School
This competition is open to all students regardless of their nationality.continue reading
Springer are creating an open access article collection on fish welfare in aquaculture in association with the 1st International Congress on Applied Ichthyology and Aquatic Environment – “HydroMedit”. You can submit your research at springerplus.com/manuscript choosing the subsection “Article Collection: Fish Welfare in Aquaculture”For more information about the conference, please visit their website.The peer reviewed journal International Aquatic Research is already available from Springer as open access.continue reading
The university has now purchased the Mass Observation Archive online. Mass Observation was a social research organisation collecting information on British society from 1947 to 1965. The archive covers topics such as old age, crime, shopping, dance, sport, and ethnic minorities, some of which may be of interest to those of you in human geography.
It can be accessed at http://www.massobservation.amdigital.co.uk/ or via the Library catalogue. Your university login is needed if you are off campus.