The Minnesota Solvation Database consists of a collection of 3037 experimental free energies of solvation or transfer free energies for 790 unique solutes in 92 solvents (including water) and gas-phase M06-2X/MG3S optimized molecular geometries in Cartesian coordinates for the corresponding solutes. All of the 790 solutes in this database (541 neutrals and 249 singly-charged ions) contain at most the following elements: H, C, N, O, F, Si, P, S, Cl, Br, and I.
The Minnesota Solvation Database and User Manual is available for download as a .zip file named MNSolDatabase-v2012.
Office of Naval Research (N00014-05-1-0538); National Science Foundation (CHE07-04974); Minnesota Supercomputing Institute
Marenich, Aleksandr V., Christopher J. Cramer, and Donald G. Truhlar. "Universal solvation model based on solute electron density and on a continuum model of the solvent defined by the bulk dielectric constant and atomic surface tensions." The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 113.18 (2009): 6378-6396.
Marenich, Aleksandr V; Kelly, Casey P; Thompson, Jason D; Hawkins, Gregory D; Chambers, Candee C; Giesen, David J; Winget, Paul; Cramer, Christopher J; Truhlar, Donald G.
(2020). Minnesota Solvation Database (MNSOL) version 2012.
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