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PHYS 331: Advanced Experimental Physics (BMC)

PHYS 331: Advanced Experimental Physics; Prof. Xuemei Cheng; Spring 2017

Citation Styles

The most commonly used publication styles are created by the Modern Languages Association, the American Psychological Association, and the University of Chicago.  See the invidival tabs for Chicago, APA, and MLA for citation examples and further information.

(No matter what style your professor requests, a citation manager can help you organize and cite your sources, and so can a librarian.) 

Citation Builders

Citation Builders

There are a number of citation builders available to help you format your citations into a style such as MLA, APA or many others. Here are a few to try:

Citation Managers

Citation Managers can help you to format your bibliography, keep your citations organized and store articles by whatever subject headings you choose. Endnote works easily with Web of Science. Be sure to create an account and install the plug-ins before you begin. Instructions can be found in the How-To Guide.

The TriCo Citation Guide gives more information on citation managers and builders.

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