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A guide to online and print resources in chemistry.

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ACS Style Guide

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For help with your reference list, see chapter 14, "References," in Part Two, Style Guidelines

See more information on Citing/Bibliographies

NOTE: You can set Endnote or RefWorks to ACS citation style.  

In Endnote, go to EDIT > Output Style > Open Style Manager.  Find ACS on the drop-down list of styles and check the box to make it one of your "favorites" (preferred citation style).  

In Refworks, look under Bibliography on the menu bar and go to Output Style Manager to select your citation style.  

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•  Books

Use the Scholar OneSearch Browse search to find books by title (or change drop-down selection to Author and enter last name, first name).

•  Ejournals

Use the Ejournal finder (search by title, e-only).

Databases

Use the A-Z database list.

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