Chemspider writes: –
Name: Monkey at Development | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org | URI: http://www.chemspider.com | IP: 18.104.22.168 | Date: April 24, 2007
Peter, good catch – thanks for reporting. I’ve put a notice that properties are calculated for the main component only. Hopefully this is it. Please keep reporting all problems which you’ll find – as you might seen this is the beta version and only with public comments and feedback we can improve it and make it useful.
This doesn’t solve it. There are several broken parts.
- for CaCO3 the system created H2CO3 and calculated that
- What is the point of calculating logP for a sodium Ion?
- there is no point in calculating logP for calcium carbonate. It’s insoluble in water and octanol
To calculate meaningless stuff is to give the message that quality is unimportant. I have blogged on this today