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Citing: ACS

The University of Wisconsin Madison has examples of commonly cited resources using the U of Wisc. ACS Style guide: Effective Communication of Scientific Information, 2006:

The St. Kate's library also has a paper copy of the ACS Style guide (1997 edition only) available in reference: QD8.5 .A25 1997


Citing: CSE

Guide to citing using the Coucil of Science editors Style and Format

Citation Style Guides

Avoiding Plagiarism

What is plagiarism?

A simple definition: neglecting to give credit to the sources from where you found your information.

But there's more to it than that. Visit our Avoiding Plagiarism page for more information.

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