Top 100 Chemists 2000-2010 Ranked by Citation Impact (among those with 50 or more papers)

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The top 100 is intended to celebrate the achievements of chemists who achieved the highest citation impact scores for chemistry papers (articles and reviews) published since January 2000. Thomson Reuters published the table in support of the International Year of Chemistry.

RankInstitutionPapersCitationsImpact
1Charles M. LIEBER
Harvard University
7417,776240.22
2Omar M. YAGHI
University of California Los Angeles
9019,870220.78
3Michael O’KEEFFE
Arizona State University
7312,910176.85
4K. Barry SHARPLESS
Scripps Research Institute
609,754162.57
5A. Paul ALIVISATOS
University of California Berkeley
9314,589156.87
6Richard E. SMALLEY†
Formerly Rice University
609,217153.62
7Hongjie DAI
Stanford University
8812,768145.09
8Xiaogang PENG
University of Arkansas
598,548144.88
9Valery V. FOKIN
Scripps Research Institute
546,853126.91
10
[MS 1]
Peidong YANG
University of California Berkeley
9511,167117.55
11Benjamin LIST
Max Planck Institute for Coal Research
818,808108.74
12
[MS 50]
Mark E. THOMPSON
University of Southern California
535,394101.77
13Robert H HAUGE
Rice University
555,566101.20
14Eric N. JACOBSEN
Harvard University
817,98598.58
15Banglin CHEN
University of Texas San Antonio
615,92997.20
16David W.C. MACMILLAN
Princeton University
555,26795.76
17Mostafa EL-SAYED
Georgia Institute of Technology
11110,13591.31
18Ezio RIZZARDO
Commonwealth Scientific And Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO), Australia
524,74791.29
19Michael S. STRANO
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
544,84389.69
20Michael J. ZAWOROTKO
University of South Florida
837,40389.19


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