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					Documentation Styles for the Sciences




ACS Style
ACS (American Chemical Society) style is often used for research papers in the sciences.
The 3rd edition (2006) of ACS Style Guide: A Manual for Authors and Editors is at R 808.06654
A187c3 in the library’s reference collection.

       Below are some links to web sites with examples of ACS style.

       American Chemical Society: ACS Books Reference Style Guidelines

       ACS Style Guide from University of Wisconsin—Madison Library

       ACS Style Guide from Williams College Libraries


CSE (formerly CBE) Style

CSE (Council of Science Editors) style was formerly known as CBE (Council of Biology Editors) style.
Here are some links to try.

       Sciences: Documenting Sources (includes manuscript format and sample pages; excellent
       introduction)

       Using CBE Style to Cite and Document Sources (has examples for Internet sources)

       CBE Documentation

				
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