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This guide was made to help Chem 122L and Chem 341L students find the information they need to complete their lab reports and pre-lab assignments.

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ACS Citation Examples

Citations in this class should be in ACS style.

For citation information, consult Chapter 14 (References) of the ACS Style Guide:

Or consult the Center For Writers


Why We Cite

There are several reasons to cite sources you use when writing research papers and class assignments:

1) Give credit

Scholarly research builds upon what has come before. For this reason, scientists must acknowledge the work of others through citations, or references.

2) Add credibility

Readers will want to critically evaluate your data and claims. Citing sources of information allows the reader to find the original source of any information.

3) Avoid plagiarism

Failing to give credit to sources is a form of plagiarism. Whether it is data, and image, a direct quote, or a summary of a source's findings you must cite every time!

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