Scientometric Dimension of Research Productivity in Green Chemistry: A Global PerspectiveAuthor : C. Ranganathan
Volume 8 No.2 July-September 2018 pp 82-88
The study deals with the Scientometric study on the publication of “Green Chemistry”. The records are collected from Web of Science Databases for the period of 1991-2014. A total of 11503 publications were identified in Web of Science database. The study reveals that, most of the researchers preferred to publish their research results in journals; as such 77.8% of articles were published in journals. More numbers of articles were published in the year 2014. The authorship trend shows that, out of total 11503 publications published, 88.86% of the publication published under the joint author. Further this study also identified to analyses coverage growth rates, source wise, collaborative coefficient, co-authorship index and Geographical distribution of the literature and citation analysis is also noted
Green Chemistry, Scientometrics Analyses, Citation, Collaborative Coefficient, co-authorship index
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