New Definition of Atomic Bond Connectivity Index to Overcome Deficiency of Structure Sensitivity and Abruptness in Existing Definition

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Abaid ur Rehman Virk
M. A. Rehman
Waqas Nazeer

Abstract

Topological Index (TI) is a numerical value associated with the molecular graph of the compound. Smoothness property states that a TI is good if its Structure Sensitivity (SS) is as large as possible and its Abruptness (Abr) is small. In 2013, Gutman proved that Atomic Bond Connectivity (ABC) index has small SS and high Abr. In this paper, we defined reverse Atomic Bond Connectivity (ABC) index to overcome this problem. Moreover, we computed reverse ABC index for Silicon Carbides, Bismith Tri-Iodide and Dendrimers.

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How to Cite
Abaid ur Rehman Virk, M. A. Rehman, & Waqas Nazeer. (2019). New Definition of Atomic Bond Connectivity Index to Overcome Deficiency of Structure Sensitivity and Abruptness in Existing Definition. Scientific Inquiry and Review, 3(4), 01-20. https://doi.org/10.32350/sir.34.01