On Forgotten Topological Indices of Some Dendrimers Structure
AbstractA series of previously conducted experiments pertaining to various chemicals and drugs uncover a natural linkage between the molecular structures and the bio-medical and pharmacological characteristics. The forgotten topological index computed for the molecular structures of various chemical compounds and drugs has proven significant in medical and pharmaceutical fields by predicting biological features of new chemical compounds and drugs. A topological index can be considered as the transformation of chemical structure into a real number. Dendrimers are highly-branched star-shaped macromolecules with nanometer-scale dimensions. Dendrimers are defined by three components: a central core, an interior dendritic structure (the branches), and an exterior surface with functional surface groups. In this paper, we determine forgotten topological indices of poly(propyl) ether imine, porphyrin, and zinc–porphyrin dendrimers. View Full-Text
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Bashir, Y.; Aslam, A.; Kamran, M.; Qureshi, M.I.; Jahangir, A.; Rafiq, M.; Bibi, N.; Muhammad, N. On Forgotten Topological Indices of Some Dendrimers Structure. Molecules 2017, 22, 867.
Bashir Y, Aslam A, Kamran M, Qureshi MI, Jahangir A, Rafiq M, Bibi N, Muhammad N. On Forgotten Topological Indices of Some Dendrimers Structure. Molecules. 2017; 22(6):867.Chicago/Turabian Style
Bashir, Yasir; Aslam, Adnan; Kamran, Muhammad; Qureshi, Muhammad I.; Jahangir, Adnan; Rafiq, Muhammad; Bibi, Nargis; Muhammad, Nazeer. 2017. "On Forgotten Topological Indices of Some Dendrimers Structure." Molecules 22, no. 6: 867.
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