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-===== NIST 11 GC Method / Retention Index Database ​=====+===== NIST 17 GC Method / Retention Index Library ​=====
  
-NIST 11 GC Method / Retention Index Database provides retention index data and gas chromatographic conditions for 70,835 compounds on polar and nonpolar stationary phases used with packed and open tubular columns. There are a total of 346,757 data points (index values and GC methods). Each citation contains the complete bibliographical information including the title. Details of the gas chromatographic method used to obtain the retention index are also provided. The 38,648 compounds with spectra in the NIST/​EPA/​NIH Mass Spectral Database (NIST08) are noted.+NIST 17 GC Method / Retention Index Database provides retention index data and gas chromatographic conditions for 99,400 compounds on polar and nonpolar stationary phases used with packed and open tubular columns. There are a total of 404,045 data points (index values and GC methods). Each citation contains the complete bibliographical information including the title. Details of the gas chromatographic method used to obtain the retention index are also provided. The 72,361 compounds with spectra in the NIST/​EPA/​NIH Mass Spectral Database (NIST17) are noted
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 +Many of the compounds are provided with alternate names (Synonyms). All the compounds are represented by elemental composition (Formula), nominal mass (MW), Chemical Abstracts Services registry number (CAS#, when available), and a accession number for the species in the NIST GC Retention Index Database (ID#).
  
-Many of the compounds are provided with alternate names (Synonyms). All the compounds are represented by elemental composition (Formula), nominal mass (MW), Chemical Abstracts Services registry number (CAS rn, when available), and a accession number for the species in the NIST GC Retention Index Database (ID#). 
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 //Example of the results of a Name Search showing the type of information provided for each search result// //Example of the results of a Name Search showing the type of information provided for each search result//
  
-| Number of Compounds | **70,835** | +| Number of Compounds | **99,400** | 
-| Total Data Points | **346,757** | +| Total Data Points | **404,045** | 
-| Compounds with Spectra | **38,648** |+| Compounds with Spectra | **72,361** |
  
 In addition, estimated nonpolar retention index values (n-alkane series Kovats indices), derived from the structure, are provided for each compound. To better understand how these values are calculated and how structures are searched against the structures of the compounds in the RI Database, please see the citations below. In addition, estimated nonpolar retention index values (n-alkane series Kovats indices), derived from the structure, are provided for each compound. To better understand how these values are calculated and how structures are searched against the structures of the compounds in the RI Database, please see the citations below.
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 Data can be retrieved through an incremental name search (including many synonyms), a CAS rn search, a MW search, a formula search, or a structure search. In addition, the Database can be searched by multiple variables (including name fragments of main compound names and synonyms) that can be used to constrain the above-mentioned searches. A search can be performed over a molecular weight (nominal mass) range. A search can be constrained to the elements present and/or the number of each element present. Searches can be constrained for name fragments present in the main database name and in the synonym list. The display of search results for individual hits can also be constrained according to column type (packed or capillary), stationary-phase type (polar or nonpolar), GC temperature conditions (isothermal or temperature programmed),​ and/or retention index type (Lee or Kovats). The Database can also be searched by a range of RI values, with additional constraints if desired. When structure searches are preformed, the structure search can be constrained by a range of RI values. When a structure is submitted to the program for searching, an estimated RI value is calculated for it. Data can be retrieved through an incremental name search (including many synonyms), a CAS rn search, a MW search, a formula search, or a structure search. In addition, the Database can be searched by multiple variables (including name fragments of main compound names and synonyms) that can be used to constrain the above-mentioned searches. A search can be performed over a molecular weight (nominal mass) range. A search can be constrained to the elements present and/or the number of each element present. Searches can be constrained for name fragments present in the main database name and in the synonym list. The display of search results for individual hits can also be constrained according to column type (packed or capillary), stationary-phase type (polar or nonpolar), GC temperature conditions (isothermal or temperature programmed),​ and/or retention index type (Lee or Kovats). The Database can also be searched by a range of RI values, with additional constraints if desired. When structure searches are preformed, the structure search can be constrained by a range of RI values. When a structure is submitted to the program for searching, an estimated RI value is calculated for it.
  
-The Program'​s Desktop has three tab-activated Windows, each Window having its own specific functions: **Names** Window (where searches by compound name (main database name) or synonym are carried out); **Other Search** Window (which is used for Formula, CAS rn, MW, RI or the Sequential Method searches); and the **Structure Search** Window (where a list of compounds is produced that have a similar structure to a submitted structure).+The Program'​s Desktop has three tab-activated Windows, each Window having its own specific functions: **Names** Window (where searches by compound name (main database name) or synonym are carried out); **Other Search** Window (which is used for Formula, CAS#, MW, RI or the Sequential Method searches); and the **Structure Search** Window (where a list of compounds is produced that have a similar structure to a submitted structure).
  
 The general features of all Windows are described in detail in the Program'​s interactive Help file. At the top of the display of each Window is the **Title Bar**. On the left side of the **Title Bar** appears the name of the Program; i.e., **NIST RI Search** followed by information that is presented in brackets ( [ … ] ). The words [**Name search**] appear at the top of the **Names** Window. The type of search, search variable, and the number of hits appear at the top of the **Other Search** Window; i.e., **[Formula: C6H6, 7 compounds]**,​ **[Constrained MW: 25, 177 compounds]** or **[CAS number: 10448267, 1 compound]**. The phrase “Structure Similarity Search” followed by the number of hits will be displayed at the top of the **Structure Search** Window; i.e., **[Structure Similarity Search – 400 compounds]**. Each Window also has a number of windows that are used for the display of structures of individual compounds, text information about those individual compounds, or list of names of compounds in either a text or text/​structure style. The general features of all Windows are described in detail in the Program'​s interactive Help file. At the top of the display of each Window is the **Title Bar**. On the left side of the **Title Bar** appears the name of the Program; i.e., **NIST RI Search** followed by information that is presented in brackets ( [ … ] ). The words [**Name search**] appear at the top of the **Names** Window. The type of search, search variable, and the number of hits appear at the top of the **Other Search** Window; i.e., **[Formula: C6H6, 7 compounds]**,​ **[Constrained MW: 25, 177 compounds]** or **[CAS number: 10448267, 1 compound]**. The phrase “Structure Similarity Search” followed by the number of hits will be displayed at the top of the **Structure Search** Window; i.e., **[Structure Similarity Search – 400 compounds]**. Each Window also has a number of windows that are used for the display of structures of individual compounds, text information about those individual compounds, or list of names of compounds in either a text or text/​structure style.
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   - Stein, S.E.; Babushok, V.I.; Brown, R.L.; Linstrom, P.J. “Estimation of Kovats retention indices using group contributions” J. Chem. Inf. Modeling, **2007**, 47, 975–980.   - Stein, S.E.; Babushok, V.I.; Brown, R.L.; Linstrom, P.J. “Estimation of Kovats retention indices using group contributions” J. Chem. Inf. Modeling, **2007**, 47, 975–980.
  
-The RI Database and Search Program is available from the following **[[chemdata:​ri-distributers|distributors]]**+The RI Database and Search Program is available from the following **[[chemdata:​ri-distributors|distributors]]**
  
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