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A citation is the quoting, paraphrasing, or summarizing of someone else's work, or recognition of previous work which is used as a basis for your own ideas and research.
When writing your references, there are many different styles and formats to choose from. These styles are usually specific to subjects, or even journals, in order to make citations consistent for ease of use.
In Chemistry, we recommend following the Style Guide of the American Chemical Society (ACS).
This guide was prepared by Geneviève Boice and Shahira Khair. It can be modified and reused freely under a CC-BY license.