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Engineering and Technology
D-index
56
Citations
15,117
203
World Ranking
1352
National Ranking
2

- Graph theory
- Adjacency matrix
- Molecule

His work in Organic chemistry incorporates the disciplines of Photochemistry and Stereochemistry. Borrowing concepts from Organic chemistry, Nenad Trinajstić weaves in ideas under Photochemistry. While working on this project, he studies both Stereochemistry and Molecule. The study of Combinatorics is intertwined with the study of Enumeration in a number of ways. His study deals with a combination of Quantum mechanics and Theoretical physics. In his papers, he integrates diverse fields, such as Theoretical physics and Quantum mechanics. His Graph study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Wiener index. His research on Wiener index often connects related topics like Graph. Many of his studies on Computational chemistry apply to Topological index as well.

- Graph theory and molecular orbitals. Total φ-electron energy of alternant hydrocarbons (1429 citations)
- Information theory, distance matrix, and molecular branching (454 citations)
- Graph Theory and Molecular Orbitals. II (193 citations)

Graph and Topology (electrical circuits) are all intertwined in Combinatorics research. His study ties his expertise on Combinatorics together with the subject of Topology (electrical circuits). In his work, Nenad Trinajstić performs multidisciplinary research in Organic chemistry and Ring (chemistry). Nenad Trinajstić combines Ring (chemistry) and Organic chemistry in his studies. Nenad Trinajstić integrates Computational chemistry and Molecular orbital in his research. In his study, he carries out multidisciplinary Molecular orbital and Atomic orbital research. Nenad Trinajstić brings together Atomic orbital and Electron to produce work in his papers. Electron and Quantum mechanics are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary research. Nenad Trinajstić integrates Quantum mechanics with Computational chemistry in his research.

- Organic chemistry (54.95%)
- Computational chemistry (51.65%)
- Combinatorics (47.25%)

- Combinatorics (66.67%)
- Organic chemistry (58.33%)
- Computational chemistry (50.00%)

His Combinatorics study typically links adjacent topics like Spanning tree. His study ties his expertise on Valence (chemistry) together with the subject of Organic chemistry. His Organic chemistry research extends to the thematically linked field of Valence (chemistry). Computational chemistry and Topological index are frequently intertwined in his study. Topological index and Molecular graph are two areas of study in which Nenad Trinajstić engages in interdisciplinary research. Nenad Trinajstić merges many fields, such as Molecular graph and Wiener index, in his writings. His work on Wiener index is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Discrete mathematics. Many of his studies on Discrete mathematics involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Graph. As part of his studies on Graph, he often connects relevant areas like Vertex (graph theory).

- Comparison between first geometric–arithmetic index and atom-bond connectivity index (65 citations)
- Bounds on Harary index (38 citations)
- Stability of fullerenes with four-membered rings (32 citations)

- Topological index
- Quantitative structure–activity relationship
- Molecule

Index (typography) connects with themes related to World Wide Web in his study. His study connects Index (typography) and World Wide Web. His Combinatorics study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Topological index. Topological index and Combinatorics are commonly linked in his work. His work on Discrete mathematics is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Wiener index. As part of his studies on Wiener index, Nenad Trinajstić often connects relevant areas like Graph. His study brings together the fields of Discrete mathematics and Graph. His Parallel computing study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Atom (system on chip). Atom (system on chip) is often connected to Parallel computing in his work.

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Chemical Graph Theory

Nenad Trinajstic.

Journal of Molecular Structure-theochem **(1988)**

2181 Citations

Graph theory and molecular orbitals. Total φ-electron energy of alternant hydrocarbons

I. Gutman;N. Trinajstić.

Chemical Physics Letters **(1972)**

2010 Citations

Structure-radical scavenging activity relationships of flavonoids

Dragan Amić;Dušanka Davidović-Amić;Drago Bešlo;Nenad Trinajstić.

Croatica Chemica Acta **(2003)**

937 Citations

The Zagreb Indices 30 Years After

Sonja Nikolić;Goran Kovačević;Ante Miličević;Nenad Trinajstić.

Croatica Chemica Acta **(2003)**

826 Citations

Graph theory and molecular orbitals. XII. Acyclic polyenes

I. Gutman;B. Ru ić;N. Trinajstić;C. F. Wilcox.

Journal of Chemical Physics **(1975)**

749 Citations

Information theory, distance matrix, and molecular branching

D. Bonchev;N. Trinajstić.

Journal of Chemical Physics **(1977)**

688 Citations

Graph theory and molecular orbitals. 19. Nonparametric resonance energies of arbitrary conjugated systems

Ivan Gutman;Milorad Milun;Nenad Trinajstic.

Journal of the American Chemical Society **(1977)**

621 Citations

Topological Approach to the Chemistry of Conjugated Molecules

Ante Graovac;Ivan Gutman;Nenad Trinajstić.

**(1977)**

540 Citations

Graph Theory and Molecular Orbitals. II

D. Cvetković;I. Gutman;N. Trinajstić.

Croatica Chemica Acta **(1972)**

533 Citations

On the Harary index for the characterization of chemical graphs

Dejan Plavšić;Sonja Nikolić;Nenad Trinajstić;Zlatko Mihalić.

Journal of Mathematical Chemistry **(1993)**

495 Citations

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