ISLEC Development Team(ISLEC开发团队)

Dr. Dongdong Li, project sponsor: theoretical and practical development of the revised Pitzer-Simonson-Clegg equations; general design of ISLEC C code and ISLEC-Web PHP interface code, documentation, help, and website. Present position: Research Assistant, Qinghai Insititute of Salt Lakes, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Email:; Phone: +086-1300776678; Address: Xinning Road 18, Chengxi District, Xining, Qinghai, P. R. China. (联系方式: 青海省西宁市城西区新宁路18号, 邮编 810008)

Dr. Prof. Dewen Zeng, project supervisor and collaborating member: propose the Salt Lake Brine Modeling Plan. Present position: Professor, College of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Central South University; Email:; Personal;  Phone: +86 13618496806; Fax: +86 731 88879616; Address: College of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Central South University, Changsha 410083, Hunan, PR China. (联系方式: 湖南长沙中南大学化学化工学院 邮编:410083 电话: 13618496806 传真: 0731-88879616)

Dr. Prof. Xia Yin, main ISLEC code tester and verifier, checking the coded basic activity coefficeint equations. Present position: Associate Professor, Chemical and Chemical Engineering College, Hunan University; Email:

ISLEC Application Team(ISLEC应用团队)

Dr. Dandan Gao,  Associate Research Fellow, Qinghai Institute of Salt Lakes, CAS. Her application is  to reveal the rare element, Rb, enrichment and distribution behavior simualtion during potash (KCl) production from a chloride type salt lake brine.
Related publications:
[1] D. Gao, D. Li, W. Li, Solubility of RbCl and CsCl in pure water at subzero temperatures, heat capacity of RbCl(aq) and CsCl(aq) at T = 298.15 K, and thermodynamic modeling of RbCl+H2O and CsCl+H2O systems, J. Chem. Thermodyn., 2017, 104, pp. 201-211, DOI:
[2] D. Gao, D. Li, B. Hu, W. Li, Phase Diagram of the NaCl + RbCl + H2O System, Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data, 2017, 62(3), pp. 1063-1067, DOI:
[3] D. Li, D. Gao, D. Zeng, W. Li, Understanding the Solid Solution–Aqueous Solution Equilibria in the KCl + RbCl + H2O System from Experiments, Atomistic Simulation and Thermodynamic Modeling, 2017, 46(9-10), pp. 1871-1902, DOI: