MOLinstincts Debuts Comprehensive Chemical Property Database

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MOLinstincts, a ChemEssen, Inc. company, brings a new chemical property database to the chemical engineering field that could revolutionize the market. With over 2.5 million chemical compounds, 46 sets of comprehensive thermo-physico-chemical property information, 2,000 plus sets of molecular descriptors, 20 sets of quantum information, 16 drug-related properties and 4 sets of analytical information per each compound, this sophisticated tool is unlike anything else currently in the market.

ChemEssen has released MOLinstincts, a database that contains property data and molecular information of chemical compounds for industrial applications. This tool will prove useful for many science and engineering professionals, and has undergone more than three years of a quality assurance and accuracy verification process to ensure that it is meeting the highest standard of quality. The biggest supporters of MOLinstincts so far have been from a varied background, including professionals in the alternative energy, chemical plant and process, environmental chemistry and protection planning, health and medical, and chemical process simulation fields.

A company executive, Tae-Yun Park, stated, “Complete, systematic, and automatic computational process technologies have been developed, and are demonstrated in the design of the MOLinstincts database. Our goal as a company is to provide the most thorough and up to date information in the industry.”

Thanks to the user friendly MOLinstincts’ navigator, which connects to the chemical compound database worldwide, users can search for variable information as well as the fixed information that is already available. Users can search by the number of atoms in a chemical compound, the molecular weight, and even the property value of each chemical compound.

The database currently includes thermodynamic properties, physico-chemical properties, transport properties, quantum-related information, molecular descriptors, drug related properties, spectra information, orbital information, and optimized 3D structures. All of the data has been produced by the experts at ChemEssen’s quantum mechanical calculations, QSPR (Quantitative Structure-Property Relationship), ANN (Artificial Neural Network), and modern mathematical modeling approaches. Users can trust that the data is accurate and has been thoroughly tested.

As described by Tae-Yun Park, “Scientists and engineers need the property data and the molecular information in the beginning of their many industrial applications, and research and development projects, in their respective fields. This information is likely to be the foundation of their future work, and they have to know that it is dependable information. MOLinstincts is the most trustworthy tool out there to help them do that.”
MOLinstincts is available now, and can be purchased at There are different pricing plans and packages available to meet individual and corporate needs. Through the company’s “Free 10” program, users can sample the service by gaining access to up to ten compounds at no cost simply by creating a free account.

About ChemEssen
ChemEssen Inc. was established in 2006, and their corporate headquarters are located in Seoul, Republic of Korea. From quantum mechanics to fluid dynamics, from molecules to chemical plants, their technologies are firmly based on a fundamental understanding of complicated phenomena and industrial applications. The technical staff of ChemEssen consists of chemical engineers, computational and analytical chemists, physical chemists, electrical engineers, mathematicians, database architects, and software engineers with a Master's degree or a Ph. D.

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