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American Chemical Society (ACS) Style Guide

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The ACS Style Guide
This is the online version.

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The ACS Style Guide - Lorrin R. Garson (Editor); Anne M. Coghill (Editor)
Call Number: QD8.5.A25 2006: Reference Collection, Davis Centre Library
ISBN: 0841239991
Publication Date: 2006-07-20
3rd ed.; ACS: Washington, 2006

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Quick Guide: ACS Citation Style (PDF) - Penn State Library
Includes commonly used formats such as books, journals, and patents. It is not a substitute for the "ACS Style Guide."

Journal Abbreviations & Full Title

Get the full name of an abbreviated journal title.

Keep your References in Order

  • Access RefWorks
    An online tool to store references and create formatted reference lists.
 

Export from SciFinder to RefWorks

  1. From the search results page select the references you want to import.
  2. Click Export from the top of the search screen & note the following choices:
    • Export: All or Selected
    • Leave the Citation Manager choice at Citation Export Format (*.ris)
    • Name the file to which results will be exported
  3. Click Export to save the file.
  4. Log in to RefWorks
  5. Select References > Import from the toolbar.
  6. Select ACS Publications as the Import Filter/ Data Source and RIS Format as the Database
  7. Browse to find the RIS file you saved to your computer
  8. Click Import
  9. Your records should appear in the Last Imported Folder
     

    Export from PubMed to RefWorks

    1. Conduct your search, and mark the records you wish to export to RefWorks.
    2. Select Send To in the top right, and select File as your destination. Your format should be MEDLINE. Save this file to your desktop.
    3. Log in to RefWorks. Go to References, Import.
    4. Select NLM PubMed as the Data Source/Import Filter. Browse to find the file you saved to your desktop and click the Import button. You may import the files to a selected folder, or simply upload to the "Last Imported" folder. (All files will go to the "Last Imported" folder as well as any chosen folder.)

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