Sci-Bytes> Ten Most Prolific Journals, 2000-2010
Week of September 26, 2010
Among all journals covered by Thomson Reuters, listed by number of source items (regular scientific papers, review articles, proceedings papers, and research notes) indexed between January 2000 and June 30, 2010.
|1||Lecture Notes in Computer Science||82,184|
|2||Journal of Biological Chemistry||52,749|
|3||Physical Review B||46,242|
|4||Applied Physics Letters||35,134|
|6||J. American Chemical Society||29,801|
|7||Physical Review Letters||28,818|
|8||Journal of Applied Physics||28,174|
|10||Acta Crystallographica E||26,285|
SOURCE: Essential Science IndicatorsSM from Thomson Reuters, a web-based data file reflecting upwards of 10 million papers published in 11,500+ Thomson-indexed journals over the last decade, covering 22 main fields of science and the social sciences. Users can create citation-based rankings of scientists, papers, journals, nations, and institutions. Available from the Research Services Group.
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