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Web of Science platform: Russian Science Citation Index

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What is Russian Science Citation Index?

Over 628 journals

2005 - present

Data is searchable in Russian and English

Russian Science Citation Index is created in partnership with Russia’s Scientific Electronic Library (eLibrary.ru). Content is selected by eLibrary’s editorial board to reflect the most influential scholarly literature in Russia based on citation analysis.

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Russian Science Citation Index: Introduction

Citation Sources

The All Times Cited Count comes from these six sources.

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