Communication and collaborative research pattern of Sivaraj Ramaseshan: A scientometric portrait
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S. Ramaseshan has contributed for the better understanding of various subjects in which he specialized during his years at the Indian Institute of Science, University of Madras and the Raman Research Institute. In this paper we would like to emphasis on his scientific contributions in various journals and some classic papers. In his entire career as a scientist he has collaborated with 47 eminent scientists and students and has published a total of 178 papers during the years 1944–2000. His field of interest has been varied and thus classified into 4 main area, i.e.: Crystallographic studies, Magneto-optics & Optics, Solid State Physics and Miscellaneous topics.
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