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Preface Ten years ago we published an assay describing the storage and citation manners utilized in the sphere of scientific literature [ 1 ] noting if the aim of science is pursuit of truth, then the pursuit of information

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All papers published in the Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry (JRNC) in the period 2005–2009 (source dataset) and all papers citing these papers and published in other journals (target dataset) have been compiled. A scientometric analysis of the datasets has been performed using Hirsch-type statistics. A comprehensive bibliography of the citing papers is presented.

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A review of recent scientometric studies of citations and publication data shows the present state of NAA and applied nuclear chemistry as compared to other analytical techniques.

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How shall we define the quality of a published piece of research or are we able to find a less emphatic way to assess quality? The paper tries to answer these questions and comes to the conclusion that citation analysis might be refined to prove an objective index of importance. On the basis of citation analysis an attempt is made to find research papers published in the Journal of Radioanalytical Chemistry 1968–1981 which had a remarkable impact on the subfield of radioanalytical chemistry.

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A scientometric study of communication and growth of a new development of physics, resonance ionization spectroscopy, has been made. Formal (journal publications) and informal (talks, lecures) communication patterns have been studied. Self citation dominates in early publications, but drops off as the field expands. Informal communication leads formal only by about a year in time, but is much larger in number.

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