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Table 1 The table shows the changes in correlation values with solubility for the feature \(X\%\), depending on the number of rings

From: Improved understanding of aqueous solubility modeling through topological data analysis

nCIC X% AMW MW
All \(-\) 0.3327 \(-\) 0.2673 \(-\) 0.5520
0 \(-\) 0.0793 \(-\) 0.0392 \(-\) 0.4237
1 \(-\) 0.3830 \(-\) 0.3147 \(-\) 0.5176
2 \(-\) 0.8163 \(-\) 0.7203 \(-\) 0.5326
\(>\,2\) \(-\) 0.4318 \(-\) 0.4024 \(-\) 0.0213
\(\ne \,0\) \(-\) 0.5458 \(-\) 0.4311 \(-\) 0.4954
  1. Responsible for this change are the number of chlorine atoms in the molecule. Also shown are the correlation values of average molecular weight, which itself correlates well with \(X\%\), and molecular weight. The highest (bolditalic) and lowest (italic) correlation values are emphasised