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CHEM 108: Inorganic Synthesis Laboratory: Citations

Citations

To avoid plagiarism, cite the information resources you use in your lab report.

  1. After you write about an idea or fact taken from an information resource, prepare an in-text citation.
  2. Afterwards, in a References section at the end of your report, write an ACS style citation for the source.  
    (Tip: Search CASSI to find abbreviations for journal titles.)