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By M. Charton, B. I. Charton

Quantitative constitution estate relationships (QSPR) became an immense approach to chemical examine. during this improvement the sphere has suffered from fragmentation. purposes of QSPR are present in all significant chemical disciplines together with actual natural, actual, medicinal, agricultural, organic, enviromental, and polymer chemistry. often staff in a single region are blind to parameterizations and versions utilized in different ares which they could good locate important. The is a standard thread which runs via those extensively varied components. the elemental rules, parameterizations and method are an analogous or related throughout.The item of this sequence is to supply fascinating and well timed experiences overlaying all points of the sphere. It encourages the move of latest tools, recommendations, and parameterizations from the world during which they have been constructed to different parts which may make solid use of them. In view of the common use of QSPR we think that this can be a huge target. This sequence will give you the cross-fertilization that's sorely wanted.

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8. The correlation coefficient is excellent. The p^^ value is very small and barely significant. 5 Notes: ^ All values in kcal mo I" b From ref. 35. 44 G. CHUCHANI, M. MISHIMA, R. -L. M. ABBOUD Table 3. 32) - 0 . 4 Notes: ^ All values in kcal moM. Uncertainties in parentheses. ^ Data from ref. 35. ^ Data from ref. 13. ^ Correlation from ref. 13. of the correlation and on the values of Pj^- and pp. We also present in this Table similar analyses for the effects of +R substituents on the stabilities of complexes involving chloride anion and monosubstituted benzenes in the gas phase (5AGQ-) as well as on the acidities of 4-substituted benzoic acids ( S A G ^ Q Q ^ ) and phenols ( S A G ^ J ^ ) bearing the same +R substituents.

1979,44, 2284-2288. 9. Vandenbelt, J. ; Hansch, C ; Church, C. J. Med Chem. 1972, 75,787-789. 32 PHILIPS. MAGEE 10. ; Charton, B. J. Theor Biol. 1982, 99, 629-644. 11. Guy, R. ; Honda, D. H. Int. J. Pharm. 1984, 79, 129-137. 12. Magee, P. S. In QSAR in Environmental Toxicology-IV; Hermens, J. L. ; Elsevier: Amsterdam, 1991, pp 155-178. 13. Charton, M. ; JAI Press: Greenwich, CT, 1996, pp 171-219. 14. Hansch, C ; Leo, A. Exploring QSAR; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1995, Chaps. 1-2.

9 (28) A smaller set of 14 pesticides was measured in equilibrium with whole soil and water by Briggs^^ and factored by Magee (Eqs. ^^ Correlation with log P is again satisfactory, but factoring now shows substantial improvement with selectivity for the hydrophilic substructures. 16 Note: ^ Equations 27 and 28. Vest from Eq. 27. closely the log P coefficient of this equilibrium measure agrees with that of the thin-layer procedure (Eq. 27). 5 (30) While Eq. 30 is indicative of additional mechanism other than simple partitioning, the set is too small to define any specific effects beyond the imbalance of PL and PH.

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