Log D

What is Log D?

Log D is the ratio of the equilibrium concentrations of all species (unionized and ionized) of a molecule in octanol compared to same species in the aqueous phase at a standard temperature (normally 25° C). It differs from LogP in that ionized species are considered as well as the neutral form of the molecule.

LogD is defined as:

logD

Where the sum is over all species (C) and the subscripts oct and aq refer to concentrations in the aqueous and organic phases.

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