CHEM_4014_References_and_Endnote_Sep06

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Outline  Reference citation within your text  Citation format  Periodicals  Non-scientific magazines and newspapers  Books without editors  Books with editors  Patents  In-class exercise
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Reference Citation Within Text (p. 173-175)  A superscript number appears after punctuation if the citation   applies to the entire sentence or clause.          Oscillation in the reaction of benzaldehyde with oxygen             was reported previously. 3  If using an author when referring to a reference a superscript    number will follow after the authors name. The syntheses described by Frasier 8  take advantage of  carbohydrate topology.         When citing more than one reference at one place by number,    list the numbers in ascending order and separate them by      commas (without spaces, as superscripts). in the literature 2,4,6 were reported 4-7
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Reference Citation Within Text cont.  Starting with a 1, always number references, tables, and figures    consecutively.  If a reference is repeated, do not give it a new number;     use the original reference number.  If a reference has two authors, join the names with “and”.  If three or more authors have written an article, use the first name    followed by et al.  Do not use a comma before et al. Allison and Perez 12 Johnson et al. 5  described…  When citing more than one reference by the same principal author and     various coauthors, use the principal author’s name followed by      “and co-workers” or “and colleagues”. Pauling and co-workers 10-14
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Citation Format-Periodicals  General Format:     Author 1; Author 2; etc. Title of Article.   Journal Abbreviation Year Volume , pages.  Author Name  Include all author names and separate with semicolons.  Always end the author field with a period
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course CHEM 4014 taught by Professor Vklong during the Spring '08 term at Virginia Tech.

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