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Chemistry: Citing References

organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, analytical chemistry, environmental chemistry, green chemistry, bonds, compounds, photochemical reactions, redox, alloys, polymers, atoms, molecules, elements, acid- base reactions, ions, salts,

ACS Style Guide - citing your sources

The ACS Style Guide (American Chemistry Society) is the primary style guide
used to cite reference resources in research papers in Chemistry.

A print copy of this style guide is on On Reserve at the Library’s Service Desk

Call Number    QD 8.5 A25 2006  (3rd ed.)            (3 day loan)

 

The following resources link to online guides for the ACS style:

 

Journal Title Abbreviations & Acronyms

Citation Management Software/Tools

Students can use this software to manage and format their research citations (e.g. from journal articles & books) which must be listed at the end of each research paper (Bibliography/Reference List).