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About Other Styles
Various disciplines prefer to use styles other than MLA and APA. This page has resources for some of the more common ones.
Ask your instructors which style they expect you to use and feel free to consult with a librarian about citing your sources.
Use the American Chemical Society style for your chemistry papers.
ACS Quick Style Guide
This excerpt from the ACS Style Guide gives example bibliographic citations for journal articles, books, theses, websites, news sources, and more.
Citing Your Sources: ACS
This describes how to format your reference list, your in-text citations, and gives example citations for a variety of source types. From Williams College Libraries.
Use Chicago/Turabian for your history, humanities, and arts papers.
Chicago Manual of Style (OWL)
Helpful tutorial and reference guide from Purdue's Online Writing Lab.
Turabian Quick Guide
This presents two basic documentation systems: notes-bibliography style (or bibliography style) and author-date style (or the reference list style). These are essentially the same as in The Chicago Manual of Style, 16th ed., with slight modifications for the needs of student writers.
Use CSE for you natural sciences courses, such as biology, mathematics, and physics.
Other & Multi-Style Resources
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