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The actual document's title is: COMPTES RENDUS DES SÉANCES DE LA TREIZIÈME CONFERENCE GENERALE DES POIDS ET Officially the 13th Conference took place over both years. The actual paper's publication date is actually in May 1969. That's why they cite it as: Comptes Rendus de la 13e CGPM (1967/68), 1969, p.105 on http://www.bipm.org/en/CGPM/db/13/7/
You're going to have to look beyond Wikipedia. You need to track down the original articles in the footnotes and/or look elsewhere. Wikipedia is not an academically rigorous source of information. Assuming you are doing more than a lower high school homework assignment, you are going to have to find the source. If you are at a university, try looking on ...
The actual page number. Your pdf has been made from another publication. Somebody may have access to the original. They want the actual page number. Also, another pdf made from the same publication may have different page numbers.
Son of Citation machine is a very handy website: http://www.citationmachine.net/apa/cite-a-website You could try staring with auto-fill mode or do a manual entry and it will generate the appropriate citation for you. Also - this is useful for reference: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/10/ ...
Wouldn't that be considered a citation just like any other? There shouldn't be a distinction between the 'genre' of work. The basic purpose of citations is to ensure appropriate representation of your own original thoughts and words vs the work of others. APA: Single Author https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/06/ APA: Books ...
According to Blakesley & Hoogeveen's Writing: A Manual for the Digital Age, you should write "Work Cited" if there's only one source.
The CHICAGO MANUAL OF STYLE recommends excluding them except in situations where it is legally required (e g., paid, competitive advertising or if you work for the company).
Format it the same way, with blockquote indents, and if you can add a little dialogue before and after, you don't have to worry about weird quote mark placement. Bilbo stood and cleared his throat. "I have a new poem for you all," he announced. "It goes thus: All that is gold does not glitter, Not all ...
First of all, you may have to remove the dash before the word "Wind" in your second entry. As for the in-text citation, the first one will be cited as ("Alternative Energy," Discover) and the second as ("Alternative Energy," Wind). This issue has been addressed in MLA 7th edition, section 6.4.4 (Page number in my edition is 223).
Who is the author? Find out who wrote the FAQ. You could always contact the Human Genome Project, and I'm sure they'd love to help. If not, it is not considered bad to cite a company instead of a name. What Should the Title of the Citation Be? Citation formatting requests you use the FAQ as your citation title, though you can put the certain ...
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