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Journal of Polymer & Composites is indexed in various indexed platforms that makes our journals easily accessible and efficient.

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Indian Science Abstract: Indian Science Abstracts (ISA) is a semi-monthly abstracting journal which has been reporting scientific work done in India since 1965. Original research articles short communications, review articles, and informative articles published in current scientific and technical periodicals, proceedings of conferences and symposia, monographs and other publications, as well as patents, standards and theses are reported in ISA. More...

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