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Using EndNote and ACS style

Endnote comes with a style file for the ACS style (ACS.ens).

ACS style uses abbreviations of journal titles in journal article citations. EndNote handles this problem by using term lists in which you can store both the full titles of journals and the corresponding abbreviations. EndNote software comes with three term lists of journal names and abbreviations:

  • Chemistry: chemical.txt,
  • Medicine: medical.txt and
  • the Humanities: humanities.txt

If you are storing details of chemistry-related journals in your endnote library, and you want to use abbreviated forms of journal names in your bibliography as per ACS style, you could import chemical.txt into your term lists in EndNote, and then edit the ACS style file to use the abbreviations supplied.

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