Comparison of the QSAR Models for Toxicity and Biodegradability of Anilines and Phenols

Authors

Damborsky, J. and Schultz, T.

Source

CHEMOSPHERE 34: 429-446 (1997)

Abstract

Structure-activity models for toxicity and biodegradability of groups of m-anilines and p-phenols were developed and compared. Hydrophobicity was the most important property in determining toxicity. Whereas, electronic and steric properties were the more important in modeling biodegradation.

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Damborsky, J. and Schultz, T., 1997: Comparison of the QSAR Models for Toxicity and Biodegradability of Anilines and Phenols. Chemosphere 34: 429-446.

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