A Short Guide to Writing about Chemistry can help you compose papers and lab reports within the discipline of chemistry. You can also find grammar tips and information on creating a laboratory notebook.
The following tutorials will help you locate citation information in order to create a References List. While clicking through the tutorials, please write down the bits of information for each of the types of resources in order to construct the citation. Please note that not every article, book, and website will have all of the information in the exact same place, however, this is a good start to help you find citation elements.
Now that you have the different elements of a citation written down, try to create citations for each of the different kinds of materials. Here is the format:
Author, A.; Author, B.; Author, C. Title of Article. Journal Title Abbreviation. Year, Volume Number, Start Page-End Page.
Note: You can find the journal title abbreviations by clicking on the link in the box in the upper left.
Author, A., & Author, B. Publisher of Webpage. Title of document. http://Web address (accessed <date>).
Author, A.; Author, B. Title of Work; Publisher: Location, Year.
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