Topological indices are numeric quantities that describes the topology of molecular structure in mathematical chemistry. An important area of applied mathematics is the chemical reaction network theory. Real-world problems can be modeled using this theory. Due to its worldwide applications, chemical networks have attracted researchers since their foundation. In this report, some silicate and oxide networks are studied, and exact expressions of some newly-developed neighborhood degree-based topological indices named as the neighborhood Zagreb index (
), the neighborhood version of the forgotten topological index (
), the modified neighborhood version of the forgotten topological index (
), the neighborhood version of the second Zagreb index (
), and neighborhood version of the hyper Zagreb index (
) are obtained for the aforementioned networks. In addition, a comparison among all the indices is shown graphically.
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