The files below are available for downloading and/or viewing.
Please note that the TDB-2 guidelines for the extrapolation of redox potentials to zero ionic strength were updated in 2013 to align with the IUPAC definition for the standard state (Green Book 2nd edition, Chap. 2.11.iv, page 53): “The standard state for a solute in a liquid or solid solution is referenced to the ideal dilute behaviour of the solute. It is the (hypothetical) state of solute B at the standard molality m◦, standard pressure p◦ and exhibiting infinitely dilute solution behaviour”.
More information can be found at: www.oecd-nea.org/dbtdb/guidelines/tdb2.pdf.
All books published between 2001-2008 follow the old TDB-2 guidelines.
|Document||File type||Size (kB)||Date of issue|
|TDB-0: The NEA Thermochemical Database (TDB) project||PDF document, version 1.2||120||Feb 25 2000|
|TDB-1: Guidelines for the review procedure and data selection||PDF document, version 1.2||44||Jan 6 2000|
|TDB-2: Guidelines for the extrapolation to zero ionic strength||PDF document, version 2||900||18 June 2013|
|TDB-3: Guidelines for the assignment of uncertainties||PDF document, version 1.2||122||Jun 1 1999|
|TDB-4: Temperature corrections to thermodynamic data and enthalpy calculations||PDF document, version 1.2||804||Oct 8 1999|
|TDB-5: Standards and conventions for TDB publications||PDF document, version 1.2||230||May 3 2000 (updated May 2015)|
|TDB-6: Guidelines for the independent peer review of TDB reports||PDF document, version 1.2||98||Jun 1 1999|
Last reviewed: 12 April 2016