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This guide is intended to complement and supplement the Chemistry Seminar (21:160:453) and PhD Seminar Present. (26:160:601) course.
** Please note that as the semester progresses, more information may be added to this site.**
Chemistry Seminar Series, Fall 2019
- All seminars will be held on FRIDAYS at 11:30am on the Rutgers-Newark campus, in the Life Sciences Center (LSC), Rm. 130 (unless otherwise noted)
- A coffee social will precede each seminar (~11:00am) in the Reading Room in Olson Hall (Rm. 338)
For this class, you will be following the citation style used by JACS (Journal of the American Chemical Society). According to pages 8-9 of the "Author Guidelines" for this journal, you should consult The ACS Style Guide, 3rd edition.
JACS (Journal of the American Chemical Society)
Consider taking a look at some journal articles within JACS to see examples of how the References section looks.
Examples of References from a recent JACS article:
SPECIAL NOTE: The journal titles below should be italicized:
(1) Badjic, J. D.; Nelson, A.; Cantrill, S. J.; Turnbull, W. B.; Stoddart, J. F. Multivalency and Cooperativity in Supramolecular Chemistry. Acc. Chem. Res. 2005, 38 (9), 723−732.
(2) Kuna, J. J.; Voïtchovsky, K.; Singh, C.; Jiang, H.; Mwenifumbo, S.; Ghorai, P. K.; Stevens, M. M.; Glotzer, S. C.; Stellacci, F. The Effect of Nanometre-Scale Structure on Interfacial Energy. Nat. Mater. 2009, 8 (10), 837−842.
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