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CHEM 4480 Seminar

Directed study & group discussion.

Citations

Give Credit

Rather than conforming to a widely accepted standard, journals in the sciences commonly have their own styles. Resources provided here are for the style of the Council of Science Editors (CSE), on which the styles of many journals are based.

See these resources to learn about this style, but ask your professor what style to use in class.

CSE Format

This style from the Council of Science Editors is common in the sciences, especially biology.

Note: Most academic science journals have their own styles. Ask your professor what citation style to use in class.

Find the style guide at the library or explore the linked websites to learn how to use this style.

Style Guide

Citation Websites

Quick Links

Find Numbers and Identifiers

Legal and Government Publications

Infographic explaining that all information from another source must be cited.
  1. Kirschenbaum M. Am I plagiarizing?: an advanced infographic [blog post and infographic]. EasyBib Blog. [accessed ]. https://www.easybib.com/guides/am-i-plagiarizing-advanced-infographic.