Jean-Claude Bradley from Drexel University has garnered the support of a number of high profile organizations to conduct an Open Notebook Chemistry challenge. Quoting from the Wiki “The first round of this challenge calls upon groups or individuals with access to materials and equipment to measure the solubility of compounds (aldehydes, amines and carboxylic acids are a priority) in organic solvents and report their findings using Open Notebook Science“.

I’ve been asked to participate as one of the judges on the panel. I must say that I am impressed by the quality of information being captured on the ONS wiki. We will be adding the outcome of the work to measure non-aqueous solubility measurements to ChemSpider.

Stumble it!

One Response to “The Open Notebook Solubility Challenge”

  1. Jean-Claude Bradley says:

    Thanks for participating Tony! Having those values in ChemSpider certainly extends the reach of the project.

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