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Choline chloride formed hydrogen bonds with hydrogen bond donors (including amides, carboxylic acids, alcohols) or metal chlorides, created a homogeneous liquid with a significant decrease in the melting point (Abbott et al.
In the presence of carbonyl containing molecules such as ethyl formate and methyl pyruvate, the Laval group has isolated and observed multiple hydrogen bonds between the two adsorbed species in which the aromatic C-H bonds act as hydrogen bond donors.
This can be attributed to its higher effectiveness as a hydrogen bond donor, its higher glass transition temperature, and its higher ability as a water structure breaker when compared to other sugars.
The database consists of over 10,000 structures and includes information on manufacturer, calculated compound properties (logP, polar surface area, hydrogen bond donors and acceptors, Lipinski scores), measured data (solubility, logD), pharmacology (therapeutic categories and reported targets) and toxicity.