Vanjo Grancharov

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The charged partial surface area, or CPSA descriptors were originally designed for use in structure-physical relationship studies to capture information about the features of molecules responsible for polar intermolecular interactions. Since their development, they have found applications in a broad variety of both structure-property and structure-activity(More)
Mathematical chemistry has afforded a variety of research areas with important tools to understand and predict the behavior of chemicals without having to consider the complexities of three-dimensional conformations of molecules. Predictive toxicology, an area of increasing importance to toxicity assessments critical to molecular design and risk management,(More)