"Compound" Citations

The American Institute of Physics (AIP) Style Manual call for a special method to compound multiple articles that share at least authors or journal into a single citation/reference entry. This is particularly common for errata, but is also used in other contexts & they can become fairly complex.

  1. T. L. Gilbert, Phys. Rev. B 12, 2111 (1975); J. Chem. Phys. 60, 3835 (1974).
  2. T. Nenner, H. Tien, and J. B. Fenn, J. Chem. Phys. 63, 5439 (1975); 64, 3902(E) (1976); Harold F. Winters, ibid 64, 3495 (1976).
  • Is this a footnote style? And what is the "special method"?
  • No--it is a style for endnotes. References and notes are inter-mixed (e.g. in a single/combined section & in the order of appearance) at the end of the document.

    Sorry for any confusion re. "special method:" I was only trying to describe the somewhat eccentric method for compacting citations that I have given examples of.
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