Michael Abraham (chemist)

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Michael H Abraham is a prominent chemist and also an artist. He works in the fields of physical and organic chemistry at University College London, where he holds the seat of professor. Specifically his research interests include hydrogen bonding, linear free energy relationships (LFER), quantitative structure-activity relationships (QSAR) and solute-solvent interactions. His work has led to him being on Thomson Reuters' list of most cited scientists. As well as his research science he is a hobby artist, examples of his work can be found on his research page in external links

Key works done by Michael Abraham and UCL co-workers include the measuring and calculation of molecular properties of thousands of molecules. These properties include H-bond acidity and basicity, dipolarity and polarisability.[1]


  1. ^ Valko, Klara (2013). Physicochemical and Biomimetic Properties in Drug Discovery. John Wiley. ISBN 1118770323. 

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