The American Chemical Society (ACS) citation style is used for academic papers written in the field of chemistry.
Please note that citation styles encompass not only how sources are cited but also how the paper is formatted.
American Chemical Society Style Guide- Chapter 14 in the ACS style guide covers in text and full reference citation style
Author 1; Author 2; Author 3; etc. Article Title. Journal Abbreviation Year, Volume, Inclusive Pagination.
Evans, D. A.; Fitch, D. M.; Smith, T. E.; Cee, V. J. Application of Complex Aldol Reactions to the Total Synthesis of Phorboxazole B. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2000, 122, 10033-10046
Author 1. Article Title. Publication Name, Date Accessed, pagination.
Manning, R. Super Organics. Wired, May 2004, pp 176-181.
Author 1; Author 2; etc. Title of Article. Abbreviation of Journal Title. [Online] Year, Volume Number, Article Number. URL (Accessed date Month Day, Year).
Martin, J.W.; Lowe, H. N. Online Journal Usage by Chemists. J. Theor. Chem. [Online] 2005, 12, Article Archive. http://www.jtc.com/122005.pdf (accessed Oct 23, 2004).
Please note that while citation creators can be helpful and time-saving, they are nevertheless unreliable: Check your citations for correct formatting with one of the ACS citation guides listed above.