Calculate the sub-cooled liquid vapour pressure of organic compounds using group
contribution methods. All group contribution techniques parse the entered compound,
currently represented by a SMILES string, into specific functional groups according to a SMARTS library. These
functional group combinations are then combined with 'interaction' parameters and/or
physical parameters to arrive at a given property estimate according to the underlying equations.
The methods provided were reivewed by Barley and McFiggans 2010 and O'Meara et al 2015
Using the form below you can either upload a text file constaining a list of SMILEs strings or enter each SMILES
string individually. To add a new compound simply click on the 'Add' button.