Characteristic Graph vs Benzenoid Graph
A characteristic graph is a tree representative of its corresponding benzenoid (cyclic) graph. It may contain necessary information of several properties of benzenoids. The PI-index of benzenoids and their characteristic graphs are compared by correlating it to a structural property (π-electron energy) of the benzenoids using MLR analysis. PI index being applicable to both trees and cyclic graphs, yielded required results for benzenoid and their characteristic graph.
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