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Physics: AIP Style Manual

Subject Research Guide -- Physics (General)

Elements in a Citation

AIP Style Manual Fourth Edition

AIP Style Manual  Fourth Edition
 Copyright © 1990-1997 American Institute of Physics

(This publication, from 1990, is out of print.)

For guidance in writing, editing, and preparing physics manuscripts for publication. Prepared under the direction of the AIP Publication Board.

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AIP style examples

The following are examples of how to give a complete reference using the American Institute of Physics referencing style for the main sources of information. AIP is a numbered style with references numbered in the order of appearance in the article and listed in that order at the end of the article from Monash University.

  Please remember that the quick guide below is not a substitute for working with the AIP Style Guide. You are ultimately responsible for the citation you hand in.