Descriptor Characterizing the Mass Distribution of the Molecule.
Parsed molucule object.
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Descriptor characterizing the mass distribution of the molecule described by Katritzky et al. For modelling purposes the value of the descriptor is calculated both with and without H atoms. Furthermore the square and cube roots of the descriptor are also generated as described by Wessel et al.
A data frame, each row represents one of the molecules, each column represents one feature. This function returns 9 columns:
GRAV.1 - gravitational index of heavy atoms
GRAV.2 - square root of gravitational index of heavy atoms
GRAV.3 - cube root of gravitational index of heavy atoms
GRAVH.1 - gravitational index - hydrogens included
GRAVH.2 - square root of hydrogen-included gravitational index
GRAVH.3 - cube root of hydrogen-included gravitational index
GRAV.4 - grav1 for all pairs of atoms (not just bonded pairs)
GRAV.5 - grav2 for all pairs of atoms (not just bonded pairs)
GRAV.6 - grav3 for all pairs of atoms (not just bonded pairs)
Nan Xiao <https://nanx.me>
Katritzky, A.R. and Mu, L. and Lobanov, V.S. and Karelson, M., Correlation of Boiling Points With Molecular Structure. 1. A Training Set of 298 Diverse Organics and a Test Set of 9 Simple Inorganics, J. Phys. Chem., 1996, 100:10400-10407.
Wessel, M.D. and Jurs, P.C. and Tolan, J.W. and Muskal, S.M. , Prediction of Human Intestinal Absorption of Drug Compounds From Molecular Structure, Journal of Chemical Information and Computer Sciences, 1998, 38:726-735.
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