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The early method of Grigoras (1990) described above is not as bad for Tb as for the critical properties, but is not as good as the others shown here. Finally, in Sec. 2-5, we comment on how these techniques compare with the group / bond / atom methods. Method of Yalkowsky for Tƒp and Tb. , 1995; Zhao and Yalkowsky, 1999) have explored connections between Tƒp and Tb as well as have proposed correlations for Tƒp. , 1994). The method consists of both group contributions which are additive and molecular descriptors which are not additive.
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