Answered By: Sherre Harrington Last Updated: Feb 09, 2021 Views: 0
Here's an example of American Chemical Society style for a basic reference list format for a journal article:
Caruso, R. A.; Susha, A.; Caruso, F. Multilayered Titania, Silica, and Laponite Nanoparticle Coatings on Polystyrene Colloidal
Templates and Resulting Inorganic Hollow Spheres. Chem. Mater. 2001, 13, 400–409.
For more information use the link to access the ACS Guide to Scholarly Communication on or off campus.
- If you are looking for a specific citation format, start with the ACS Style Quick Guide (Part 4.3.3).
- Reference Formatting & Examples by Source Types (Part 4.3.5) includes detailed guidance and examples for common and uncommon source types.
- Deriving a Citation for a New Content Type (Part 4.3.6) provides help with formatting a citation for an emerging source type.