Most Cited Papers

Most Cited papers (as per the Publishers Notifications based on Science Direct)

  • K. Byrappa and T. Adschiri (2007) (Impact Factor: 9.2) [past 5 years] Hydrothermal Technology for Nanotechnology (Review Article, Elsevier).
  • Progress in Crystal Growth and Characterization of Materials, Vol. 53, pp. 117-166.
  • Most Downloaded Papers in the past 90 Days (it is in the 6th place)
  • K. Namratha and K. Byrappa (2012) (Review) (Impact Factor: 9.2) Novel Solution Routes of Metal Oxide and Hybrid Metal Oxide Nanomaterials
  • Progress in Crystal Growth and Characterization of Materials, UK, Vol.58[2] (2012) 14-42.

Most Cited Papers

  • W.L. Suchenak, K. Byrappa, P. Shuk, R.E. Riman, K.S. TenHuisen and V.F. Janas (2004) (Impact Factor: 8.41) Preparation of magnesium-substituted hydroxyapatite powders by the mechanochemical- hydrothermal method Biomaterials, Vol.25 [19], pp. 4647-4657, USA.  (over 160 citations)
  • W.L. Suchanek, P. Shuk, K. Byrappa, R.E. Riman, K.S. Ten Huisen and V.F. Janas (2003) (Impact Factor: 8.41) Mechanochemical-hydrothermal synthesis of carbonated apatite powders at room temperature Biomaterials, Vol. 23, pp. 699-710.     (over 90 citations)
  • K. Byrappa, S. Ohara and T. Adschiri (2008) (Impact Factor: 14.6)(>110 citations) Nanoparticles synthesis using supercritical fluid-towards biomedical applications (Review) Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews, Elsevier, The Netherlands, Vol. 60 299-327
  • M.Yoshimura and  K. Byrappa  (2008) (Impact Factor: 2.163) Hydrothermal Technology Past, Present and Future (Review)(Citations > 105) J. Mater. Sci.,  Vol.43 (7) pp. 2085-2103.