Materials Science Citation Index
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The Materials Science Citation Index is a citation index, established in 1992, by Thomson ISI (Thomson Reuters). Its overall focus is cited reference searching of the notable and significant journal literature in materials science. The database makes accessible the various properties, behaviors, and materials in the materials science discipline. This then encompasses applied physics, ceramics, composite materials, metals and metallurgy, polymer engineering, semiconductors, thin films, biomaterials, dental technology, as well as optics. The database indexes relevant materials science information from over 6,000 scientific journals that are part of the ISI database which is multidisciplinary. Author abstracts are searchable, which links articles sharing one or more bibliographic references. The database also allows a researcher to use an appropriate (or related to research) article as a base to search forward in time to discover more recently published articles that cite it.
- Materials Science, Ceramics
- Materials Science, Characterization & Testing
- Materials Science, Biomaterials
- Materials Science, Coatings & Films
- Materials Science, Composites
- Materials Science, Paper & Wood
- Materials Science, Multidisciplinary
- Materials Science, Textiles
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- Subject categories. Science Citation Index Expanded. Thomson Reuters. 2010
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