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TOP CITED ARTICLES IN THE WEB OF SCIENCE CATEGORY OF THE CHEMICAL ENGINEERING IN EACH YEAR

Science Citation Index-Expanded (SCI-EXPANDED) --1900-present

There were 993,356 publications which included 780,872 articles in the Web of Science category of the chemical engineering

26 articles in the Web of Science category of the chemical engineering have been cited at least 2000 times from Web of Science Core Collection.

Data last updated 08 January 2021

 

Figure 1. Three article lives of articles with the most citations for each year

 

Figure 2. Article lives of articles with the most citations in 2020 (C2020 > 300)

 

Top one citation chemical engineering in 1996 (115 times), 1997 (124 times), 1998 (143 times), 1999 (121 times), 2000 (118 times), 2001 (127 times), 2002 (128 times), 2003 (137 times), 2004 (153 times)

Ding-Yu Peng

Ding-Yu Peng

 

Donald B. Robinson (Decease)

Peng, D. and Robinson, D.B. (1976), A New two-Constant Equation of State. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Fundamentals, 15 (1), 59-64.

Times Cited in Web of Science: 7657

Addresses: University of Alberta, Department of Chemistry and Engineering, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Present addresses:

Ding-Yu Peng: University of Saskatchewan, College of Engineering, Department of Chemical & Biological Engineering, Saskatoon, SK S7N 5A9, Canada, E-mail: dingyu.peng@usask.ca

Reprint Address: Robinson, D.B., University of Alberta, Department of Chemistry and Engineering, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Web of Science Categories: Chemical Engineering; Industrial Engineering


Top one citation in chemical engineering in 2005 (204 times), 2006 (201 times), 2007 (206 times)

Masatake Haruta

2012 Nobel Laureates Predictions

Haruta, M. (1997), Size- and support-dependency in the catalysis of gold. Catalysis Today, 36 (1), 153-166.

Times Cited in Web of Science: 3505

Addresses: Government Industrial Research Institute of Osaka, Midorigaoka I, Ikeda 563, Japan; Kishida Chemicals Company, Ltd, Joshoji-machi, Kadoma 571, Japan; Research Development Corporation of Japan, Science Building, 5-2 Nagata-Cho 2-chome, Tokyo 100 Japan

Present addresses:

Masatake Haruta: Department of Applied Chemistry, Graduate School of Urban Environmental Sciences, Tokyo Metropolitan University, 1-1 Minami-osawa, Hachioji, Tokyo 192-0397, Japan; E-mail: haruta-masatake@center.tmu.ac.jp

Reprint Address: Haruta, M (reprint author), Government Industrial Research Institute of Osaka, Midorigaoka I, Ikeda 563, Japan

Web of Science Categories: Applied Chemistry; Physical Chemistry; Chemical Engineering


Top one citation in chemical engineering in 2008 (212 times)

Fabrizio Cavani

Ferruccio Trifirò

Angelo Vaccari

1.        Cavani, F., Trifirò, F. and Vaccari, A. (1991), Hydrotalcite-type anionic clays: Preparation, properties and applications. Catalysis Today, 11 (2), 173-301.

Times Cited in Web of Science: 4686

Addresses:

University of Bologna, Department of Industrial Chemistry and Materials, Wale de1 Risorgimento 4,40136 BOLOGNA, Italy

Present addresses:

Fabrizio Cavani: University of Bologna, Department of Industrial Chemistry and Materials, Wale de1 Risorgimento 4,40136 BOLOGNA, Italy, E-mail: cavani@ms.fci.unibo.it

Ferruccio Trifirò: University of Bologna, Department of Industrial Chemistry and Materials, Wale de1 Risorgimento 4,40136 BOLOGNA, Italy, E-mail: ferruccio.trifiro@unibo.it

Angelo Vaccari: University of Bologna, Department of Industrial Chemistry and Materials, Wale de1 Risorgimento 4,40136 BOLOGNA, Italy, E-mail: angelo.vaccari@unibo.it

Reprint Address:

Cavani, F (reprint author), Department of Industrial Chemistry and Materials, Wale de1 Risorgimento 4,40136 BOLOGNA, Italy

Web of Science Categories: Applied Chemistry; Physical Chemistry; Chemical Engineering


Top one citation in chemical engineering in 2009 (326 times), 2010 (349 times), 2011 (461 times), 2012 (475 times), 2013 (632 times), 2014 (730 times), 2015 (832 times), 2016 (988 times), 2017 (1080 times), 2018 (1043 times), 2019 (1235 times), 2020 (1195 times)

Yuh-Shan Ho

Gordon McKay

Ho, Y.S. and McKay, G. (1999), Pseudo-second order model for sorption processes. Process Biochemistry, 34 (5), 451-465.

Times Cited in Web of Science: 10002

Addresses: Hong Kong University Science & Technology, Department of Chemical Engineering, Hong Kong, People’s R China

Present addresses:

Yuh-Shan Ho: Asia University, Water Research Centre, Taichung 41354, Taiwan, E-mail: ysho@asia.edu.tw

Gordon McKay: Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Sustainable Development, College of Science & Engineering, E-mail: gmckay@qf.org.qa

Reprint Address: McKay, G, Hong Kong University Science & Technology, Department of Chemical Engineering, Hong Kong, People’s R China

Web of Science Categories: Biochemistry & Molecular Biology; Biotechnology & Applied Microbiology; Chemical Engineering