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Chemistry, Vancouver, August, 1981. If you are referencing published conference proceedings, these should be cited like a book. Preprint servers (eg arXiv) V. Krstic and M. Glerup, 2006, arXiv:cond-mat/0601513. Patents The name of the patentee must be given. Patents should be cited in the form: Br. Pat., 357 450, 1986. US Pat., 1 171 230, 1990.


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