Authorship Patterns and Degree of Collaboration of Cited Literature in Indian Chemistry Research PublicationsAuthor : Kodandarama and M.Chandrashekara
Volume 10 No.2 July-December 2020 pp 21-27
The purpose of this study is to identify the authorship patterns and degree of collaboration of Indian research publications in the field of Chemistry. The main data source for the study is the citations/references of research publications of chemistry indexed in Web f Science during the period 2009-2018. The research method of this study was citation analysis method. Findings of the analysis revealed that the majority of the publications are contributed by multiple authors and the degree of collaboration found to be very high in cited journal literature compared to books and other forms of citations.
Citation analysis, authorship pattern and degree of collaboration
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