GET THE APP

Journal of Pollution Effects & Control

Journal of Pollution Effects & Control
Open Access

ISSN: 2375-4397

Journal of Pollution Effects & Control : Citations & Metrics Report

Articles published in Journal of Pollution Effects & Control have been cited by esteemed scholars and scientists all around the world. Journal of Pollution Effects & Control has got h-index 16, which means every article in Journal of Pollution Effects & Control has got 16 average citations.

Following are the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Journal of Pollution Effects & Control.

  2021 2020 2019 2018 2017

Year wise published articles

60 43 7 28 31

Year wise citations received

232 141 139 118 60
Journal total citations count 911
Journal impact factor 6.91
Journal 5 years impact factor 5.99
Journal cite score 6.72
Journal h-index 16
Journal h-index since 2017 16
Important citations

Mahdavi far r, van der bruggen b, verliefde a, cornelissen e. a review of zeolite materials used in membranes for water purification: history, applications, challenges and future trends. journal of chemical technology & biotechnology.

Rengga wd, fardhyanti ds, akhir ae, sendiawan wb. modelling of adsorptive-distillation of ethanol-water using natural and synthetic zeolites as adsorbent. journal of physical science. 2018 may 2;29.

Sizirici b, yildiz i. simultaneous adsorption of divalent and trivalent metal cations by iron oxide-coated gravel. international journal of environmental science and technology. 2018 dec;15(12):2647-56.

Vilando ac, caparanga ar, huang yh, lu mc. tohdite recovery from water by fluidized-bed homogeneous granulation process. desalin water treat. 2017 nov 1;96:224-30.

Kar s. an overview of recent advances in application of some inorganic materials-biological and technological perspectives. j. biotechnol. biomater. 2016;6(7).

Vilando ac, caparanga ar, lu mc. enhanced recovery of aluminum from wastewater using a fluidized bed homogeneously dispersed granular reactor. chemosphere. 2019 may 1;223:330-41.

Bijelovi? s, jevti? m. cancer risk assessment from exposure to trihalomethanes in drinking water and swimming pool water. water research and management.:39.

Mosaferi m, asadi m, aslani h, mohammadi a, abedi s, mansour sn, maleki s. temporospatial variation and health risk assessment of trihalomethanes (thms) in drinking water (northwest iran). environmental science and pollution research. 2021 feb;28(7):8168-80.

Guha s, harlin p, beni r. the effect of trihalomethanes in contaminating the major watersheds of middle tennessee. natural science. 2019 jul 17;11(7):233-45.

Rwoo ma, juahir h, roslan nm, toriman me, endut a, azid a, hasnam cn, saudi as, kamarudin mk, rwoo sa, mustafa ad. the assessment of the variation of physico-chemical sources for drinking water quality using chemometrics: a case study at water treatment plants in klang valley. jurnal teknologi. 2016 oct 31;78(11).

Kumari m, gupta sk. age dependent adjustment factor (adaf) for the estimation of cancer risk through trihalomethanes (thms) for different age groups-a innovative approach. ecotoxicology and environmental safety. 2018 feb 1;148:960-8.

El?sayed a, shaban m. developing egyptian water quality index for drainage water reuse in agriculture. water environment research. 2019 may;91(5):428-40.

Elshemy m, meon g. water quality assessment of aswan high dam reservoir. inthe nile river 2016 (pp. 105-143). springer, cham.

Druart c, morin-crini n, euvrard e, crini g. chemical and ecotoxicological monitoring of discharge water from a metal-finishing factory. environmental processes. 2016 mar;3(1):59-72.

Dasari s. research and reviews: journal of ecology & environmental sciences.

Kumar a. research and reviews: journal of ecology and environmental sciences.

Santos Éd, cordeiro r, santos md, rodrigues pr, singh a, d’elia e. barley agro-industrial residues as corrosion inhibitor for mild steel in 1mol l-1hcl solution. materials research. 2019 apr 1;22.

Webb e, hays j, dyrszka l, rodriguez b, cox c, huffling k. potential hazards of air pollutant emissions from unconventional oil and natural gas operations onthe respiratory health of children and infants.

Johnston je, enebish t, eckel sp, navarro s, shamasunder b. respiratory health, pulmonary function and local engagement in urban communities near oil development. environmental research. 2021 jun 1;197:111088.

Siwarom s, puranitee p, plitponkarnpim a, manuyakorn w, sinitkul r, vallipakorn sa. association of indoor air quality and preschool children's respiratory symptoms. asian pacific journal of allergy and immunology. 2017 sep 1;35(3):119-26.

Relevant Topics