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  • The Research Fronts and Hotspots on Nanotechnology Based on Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology  [EBM 2016]
  • DOI: 10.4236/jss.2016.43010   PP.57 - 65
  • Author(s)
  • Wang Yi, Mao Di
  • Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology (JVST) serial journals are the official publications of American Vacuum Society. We search the nanotechnology-related references on JVST and obtain visual maps through a visual analysis tool, CiteSpace. The visual maps can help us understand the distribution of research institutions and cooperation, high-impact authors, core literatures, research hotspots and fronts of nanotechnology in the field of vacuum.

  • Nanotechnology, Vacuum, Citespace, Visual Maps, Research Fronts, Research Hotspots
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