Series: Advances in Quantative Structure - Property Relationships

Over the last forty years quantitative structure-property relationships (QSPR) have developed into a major method of chemical research. In the course of this development, the field has suffered from fragmentation. Thus, those working in physical organic chemistry form one constituency, those in organic chemistry another, spectroscopists constitute a third, medicinal and agricultural chemists a fourth, environmental chemists are yet another, and so on. There is nevertheless a common thread which runs through these widely diverse areas: the basic principles, parameterization, and methodology are the same or similar throughout. The object of this series is to provide interesting and timely reviews covering all aspects of the field. It is our hope that this will encourage the transfer of new methods, techniques and parameterizations from the field in which they were developed to other areas that can make good use of them.
Book Series: Advances in Quantative Structure - Property Relationships

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Volume 3. Advances in Quantative Structure - Property Relationships

Published: 16th December 2002 Author: Marvin Charton
Electronic effects of substituents on oxidation reactions S.P. Gupta Molecular geometry as a source of chemical information - applications of the bond valence-bond number models Stawomir J. Grabowski and Tadeusz M. Krygowski The prediction of density Guy Piacenza, Guy Jacob and Roger Gallo Halogens in molecular structure-property relationships Paul G. Seybold Phase change structure property quantitative relationships via intermolecular force parameters Marvin Charton