M-Polynomial Approach to Compute Molecular Descriptors of Conjugated Borane Dendrimer
A recent advancement in mathematical chemistry is the use of topological techniques, notably numerical graph invariants, to describe molecular structure. Recent interest in topological descriptors has increased because of their ease of production and rapid assessment durations, which negate the need for time-consuming laboratory studies. Dendrimers are synthetic macromolecules having tree-like, well-defined branching structure. The three fundamental elements of this structure are the core, inner and outer shells. Each dendrimer's exterior shell has a specified number of functional groups, which may offer a monodispersed platform for creating favourable nanoparticle-drug interactions. Conjugated dendrimers stand out in the category of dendrimers due to their significant molecular architecture. Mathematical chemistry has a lot to offer, including useful tools like polynomials and functions that help predict compound properties. Deutsch and Klavz ̌ar proposed the M-polynomial concept in 2015, which resulted in a breakthrough in the mathematical analysis of degree-based topological descriptors.
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