User 9df74a15a4

13-11-2014 15:24:52

According to

https://docs.chemaxon.com/display/CALCPLUGS/Solubility+Predictor

one can calculate either

`mg/ml | mol/l | logS`

So when using logS, from which result is it taken? of mg/ml or mol/l?

Or to ask in different way: I have experimental solubility data in micromolar. How do I compare that to the calculated Chemaxon solubility?

ChemAxon d51151248d

13-11-2014 15:46:32

Dear Alexander,

logS is a unit of expressing solubility in itself, which is the 10-based logarithm of the solubility measured in mol/l. So you can calculate the solubility in three units: logS, mol/l, and mg/ml.

To calculate our data in micromolar simply calculate the solubility in mol/l, and then multiply it by 10^6.

We have updated our documentation page with the definition of the logS unit.

BR,

Daniel