With our proprietary data evaluation methodology DIPPR’s Project 801 Database is recognized as the world's premier source of critically evaluated thermo-physical properties. Our recommended values plus valuable metadata that provide critical insights in the associated degree of uncertainty allow practitioners to quickly produce results from their computational tools. And, DIPPR’s Project QC ensures that that database contains the most current experimental data and a complete, accurate data set for each compound....
- DIPPR’s recommended experimental values, or predicted values when such data do not exist using proprietary estimation techniques, have estimates of the accuracy of the values providing users with an invaluable way to explore how sensitive results are to these uncertainties
- The 801 Database is being populated with EH&S data developed under an earlier DIPPR research program and on-going experimental work
- DIPPR data are used by leading chemical, petroleum, and pharmaceutical companies throughout the world and used extensively in third-party software