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  • 1 New Technology—Research Centre in the Westbohemian Region, West Bohemian University, Universitní 8, 30114, Pilsen, Czech Republic
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Extent of citation is analysed and the best citied papers mentioned accentuating Journal of Thermal analysis and Thermochimica Acta. The relevant scope of papers is uncovered and some viewpoints are shown. The sphere of kinetics appears the most cited subject matter.

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