19-25 June 2011
Bled, Slovenia
Europe/Ljubljana timezone
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Generalized Zagreb index of graphs

Presented by Mrs. Mahdieh AZARI
Type: Oral presentation
Track: Mathematical Chemistry


Let G be a simple, undirected, connected and finite graph with the set of vertices V(G) and the set of edges E(G). The degree of a vertex u of G is the number of edges incident to u and it is denoted by deg(u). A topological index Top(G) of G is a real number with this property that for every graph H isomorphic to G, Top(H)=Top(G). Wiener index is the first topological index in Chemistry which was introduced by the Chemist, Harold Wiener, within the study of relations between the structure of organic compounds and their properties [1]. The Wiener index of G is denoted by W(G) and it is defined as the sum of distances between all pairs of vertices of G. The two other topological indices of G are Zagreb indices which were defined by Gutman and Trinajestic [2]. The first Zagreb index of G is denoted by M_1(G) and it is equal to the summation of deg(u)^2 over all vertices u of G and the second Zagreb index of G is denoted by M_2(G) and it is equal to the summation of deg(u)*deg(v) over all edges uv of G. In this paper, we introduce the generalized Zagreb index of graphs and express some of the properties of this index. Then we find this index for some nano-structures. Key words. The first and second Zagreb indices, Generalized Zagreb index, nanotubes and nanotori. References [1] H. Wiener, Structural determination of paraffin boiling points, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 69 (1947), 17-20. [2] I. Gutman and N. Trinajstic, Graph theory and molecular orbitals, Total electron energy of alternant hydrocarbons, Chem. Phys. Lett., 17 (1972), 535-538.


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