Many disciplines have their own citation styles, such as the American Sociological Association and the American Chemical Society. You can find links to each of these styles below.
|ACS (American Chemical Society)||AIP (American Institute of Physics)||ALWD (Association of Legal Writing Directors)|
|AMS (American Mathematical Society)||AP (Associated Press)||APSA (American Political Science Association)|
|ASA (American Sociological Association)||ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineers)||ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers)|
|Bluebook (Legal Citation)||CSE (Council of Science Editors)||Government Publications|
|IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers)||NLM (National Library of Medicine)|
ACS is the citation style used by the American Chemical Society.
The ACS Style Guide: A Manual for Authors and Editors (2006)
MHSL Reference Collection QD 8.5 A25 2006
ACS Publications Reference Style Guidelines from the American Chemical Society.
AP is the style manual for the Associated Press. It is used by those in the media.
Associated Press Stylebook and Briefing on Media Law
MHSL Reference Collection PN 4783 A83 2007
Associated Press Style from the Purdue Online Writing Lab.
CSE is the Council of Science Editors.
Council of Science Editors (CSE) (Citation/Sequence System) from Colorado State University.
CSE Scientific Style and Format Citation Guide from Penn State University Libraries.
Government publications have their own citation style.
The Complete Guide to Citing Government Information Resources: A Manual for Social Science & Business Research (3rd ed):
MHSL Reference Collection J 9.5 G37 2002
Citing Government and Legal Materials from UAB Mervyn H. Sterne Library
Citing Government Sources from Georgetown University Library