Lorillard Society Bibliography Examples

Please refer to The ACS Style Guide: Effective Communication of Scientific Information, pages 290 to 327 for more examples. Reference Desk REF QD 8.5 .25 2006.

  Book – Print

 Recommend format:

Author 1.; Author 2.; Author 3.; etc. Book Title; Publisher: Place of Publication, Year of Publication;

Alberty, R. A. Thermodynamics of Biochemical Reaction; Wiley-Interscience : Hoboken, NJ , 2003

Chapter of Book

Recommended format:

Author 1.; Author 2. Chapter Title. In Book Title, Editor(s); Publisher: Place of Publication, Year of Publication; Volume Number, Pages.

 

Stuart, A. R.; Gbalint-Kurti, G. Wavepacket Theory of Photodissociation and Reactive Scattering. In Advances in Chemical Physics; Rice, S. A. Ed.; Wiley: New York, NY, 2004; Vol. 128, pp  257-260.

Book in a Series

Recommended format:

Title of Entry; Editors; Title of Series Volume, Publisher: Place of Publication, Year of Publication.

Omega-3 Fatty Acids: Chemistry, Nutrition, and Health Effects; Shahidi, F., Finley, J. W., Eds.; ACS Symposium Series 788; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2001.

Entry from a Reference Book

 Recommended format:

Title of Entry. Title of Reference Book, Edition; Publisher: Place of Publication, Year of Publication, Volume, Page(s).

 Powder Metallurgy. Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology, 3rd ed.; Wiley: New York, 1982; Vol. 19, pp 28-62.

Journal Article - Paper

Recommended format:

Author 1; Author 2. Title of Article. Journal Title abbreviated. Year, Volume, Inclusive Pagination.

Pestana, S.; Moreira, M.; Olej, B. Safety of ingestion of yellow tartrazine by double-blind placebo controlled challenge in 26 atopicadults. Allergol Immunopathol. 2010, 38, 142-146.

Note: One word journal titles are not abbreviated. No punctuation is added to the end  of this field; but a journal title that is abbreviated ends with a period.

Article in a Popular/Non-scientific Magazine

Recommended format:

Author.  Title of Article. Title of Magazine, Date, pages.

Manning, R. Super Organics. Wired, May 2004, pp 176-181.

Journal Article – Retrieved Online Based on the Print Edition

Recommended format:

Author 1; Author 2. Title of Article. Journal Title abbreviated. [Online] Year, Volume, inclusive pagination. Permalink (access date).

Hooker, P.; Deutschman, W. A.; Avery, B. J. The Biology and Chemistry of Brewing: an Interdisciplinary Course.  J. Chem. Edu. [Online] 2014, 91, 336-339. http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/ed400523m (accessed Mar 24, 2014).

Article – Retrieved from a Database

Recommended format:

Author. Title of Article. Title of Magazine [Online] Date, Page number. Name of Database. URL (access date).

Begley, S. When Does Your Brain Stop Making New Neurons? Newsweek [Online] July 2, 2007, p 62. Expanded Academic Index. http:/galegroup.com (accessed Aug 23, 2007).

Web Sites

Recommended format:

Author. Title of Site. URL (accessed Month Day, Year).

Laidlaw Facility at University of California – Davis.  Häagen-Dazs Honey Bee Haven. http://beebiology.ucdavis.edu/HAVEN/index.html (accessed Mar 28, 2014).

Note: Different web browsers break the text in different places of a URL. In a printed work, if the URL needs to be broken at the end of a line, the break should be made after a colon or a double slash; before a single slash, a tilde, a period, a comma, a hyphen, an underline, a question mark, a number sign, or a percent symbol; or before or after an equals sign or an ampersand.

Material Safety Data Sheets

recommended Format:

Title; MSDS Number [Online]; Manufacturing Company: Location of Company, Date. URL (accessed Month Day, Year).

Example:

Titanium Dioxide; MSDS No. T3627; Mallinckrodt Baker: Phillipsburg, NJ, Nov 12, 2003.http://www.jtbaker.com/msds/englishhtml/t3627.htm (accessed 4/15/08).

Electronic Book

Example:

Tour, J. M. Molecular Electronics: Commercial Insights, Chemistry, Devices, Architecture and Programming[Online]; WorldScientific: River Edge, NJ, 2003; pp 177–180. http://legacy.netlibrary.com/ebook_info.asp?product_id=91422&piclist=19799,20141,20153 (accessed Nov 7, 2004).

The following entries are adapted from a bibliography prepared by Susan Grujevski for her paper “How successfully did Natalie Davis interpret the "hidden world of peasant sentiment and aspiration" in Martin Guerre?”  The citations follow the style of the examples in Rampolla’s A Pocket Guide to Writing in History. The citations are formated using the Chicago Manual of Style 16th edition.

BOOK Example:


Davis, Natalie Zemon. The Return of Martin Guerre. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1985.

            This narrative is the main focus of my argument.  A valuable contribution to the understanding of the Martin Guerre story, with considerable detail and  
            references to ambiguities which create a large number of interesting and innovative approaches to the study of sixteenth-century French peasantry.

 

JOURNAL ARTICLE Example:


Davis, Natalie Zemon. “On the Lame.” American Historical Review 93, no.3 (1988): 572-603.

              In this article, Davis thoroughly defends her interpretation of the Martin Guerre story, outlining the reasoning behind her approaches, and contributing        
              more complexity to her characterizations.  This article informed much of my approach to Davis’ interpretation.

Pringle, Helen and Elizabeth W. Prior. “Inventing Martin Guerre: An Interview with Natalie Zemon Davis.” Southern Review 19, no. 3 (1986): 229-241.

             Davis makes clear her intentions to depict the story of Martin Guerre as one revealing many ambiguities.  A notable element of this interview was    
             the influence on Davis when observing Gerard Depardieu assume his role for the movie.  Entertaining to read Davis’ thoughts in the form of an   
             interview, expressed in a simple and direct manner, which assisted my understanding of her approaches to The Return of Martin Guerre.
 

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