A journal article citation contains identifying information including the author(s), publication date, name of journal, volume, and page numbers. ACS citations may also have the title of the article.
EXAMPLE OF A JOURNAL ARTICLE CITATION IN ACS STYLE:
Klinger, J. Chem. Mater. 2005, 17, 2755-2768
Klinger, J. Influence of Pretreatment on Sodium Powder. Chem. Mater. 2005, 17, 2755-2768
The author is J. Klinger
The publication date is 2005.
The title of the article is Influence of Pretreatment on Sodium Powder.
The title of the journal is Chemistry of Materials (journal abbreviation: Chem. Mater.).
The volume number is 17.
The page numbers are 2755-2768.
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