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Abstract

The study deals with the Scientometric analysis of thirty years publication on ‘Bioleaching’ collected from Web of Science Databases for the period of 1989 – 2018. A total of 2477 papers were identified. The study reveals that most of the researchers preferred to publish their research results in the form of journal articles. 2050 (82.8%) articles were published in journals. The authorship trend shows, 95% of the publications were published under the joint authorship. Central South University with 268 (10.8%) publication tops in the institutional wise publications. This study also identifies Relative growth rate, Doubling Time, Degree of Collaboration, the Bibliographic Coupling of the institution, document-wise distribution and prominent keyword.

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