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Materiale Plastice
Cite as: Mater. Plast.
https://doi.org/10.37358/Mat.Plast.1964

OSIM Nr. R102356
ISSN Print 0025-5289
ISSN Online 2668-8220
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* Impact factor: 1.393
* 5-Year IF: 1.17
* CiteScore: 1.29
* SNIP: 0.798
* SJR: 0.409
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