The Gibbs energy of solvation measures the affinity of a solute for its solvent and is thus a key property for the selection of an appropriate solvent for a chemical synthesis or a separation process. More fundamentally, Gibbs energies of solvation are choice data for developing and benchmarking molecular models predicting solvation effects. The Comprehensive Solvation—CompSol—database was developed with the ambition to propose very large sets of new experimental solvation chemical-potential, solvation entropy, and solvation enthalpy data of pure and mixed components, covering extended temperature ranges. For mixed compounds, the solvation quantities were generated in infinite-dilution conditions by combining experimental values of pure-component and binary-mixture thermodynamic properties. Three types of binary-mixture properties were considered: partition coefficients, activity coefficients at infinite dilution, and Henry’s-law constants. A rigorous methodology was implemented with the aim to select data at appropriate conditions of temperature, pressure, and concentration for the estimation of solvation data. Finally, our comprehensive CompSol database contains 21 671 data associated with 1969 pure species and 70 062 data associated with 14 102 binary mixtures (including 760 solvation data related to the ionic-liquid class of solvents). On the basis of the very large amount of experimental data contained in the CompSol database, it is finally discussed how solvation energies are influenced by hydrogen-bonding association effects.

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