Listed to the right are some examples of how to cite your sources using ACS. Some of this is from the Author Guidelines for Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, section 2.2.8, with some based on chapter 14 of the ACS Style Guide.
Off-campus and on-campus/wifi access to most of these licensed electronic resources--databases, e-journals, e-books--is restricted to UC San Diego students, faculty and staff.
|(1)||Mitachi, K.; Aleiwi, B. A.; Schneider, C. M.; Siricilla, S.; Kurosu, M., Stereocontrolled Total Synthesis of Muraymycin D1 Having a Dual Mode of Action against Mycobacterium tuberculosis. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2016, 138, 12975-12980.|
|(2)||Ayoub, A. T.; Abou El-Magd, R. M.; Xiao, J.; Lewis, C. W.; Tilli, T. M.; Arakawa, K.; Nindita, Y.; Chan, G.; Sun, L.; Glover, M.; Klobukowski, M.; Tuszynski, J., Antitumor Activity of Lankacidin Group Antibiotics Is Due to Microtubule Stabilization via a Paclitaxel-like Mechanism. J. Med. Chem. [Online early access]. DOI: 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.6b01264. Published online: Oct 8, 2016.|
|(3)||Döhrmann, S.; Cole, J. N.; Nizet, V., Conquering Neutrophils. PLoS Pathog. [Online] 2016, 12, e1005682.|
For citing websites, you usually want to include the organization, name of the website, the URL, and the date you accessed the site. If you're citing predicted or calculated data from SciFinder (not experimental), you also need to cite the company that provided them the data.
|(4)||Royal Society of Chemistry. The Merck Index. http://www.rsc.org/merck-index (accessed Oct 20 2016).|
|(5)||Taylor and Francis. Combined Chemical Dictionary. http://ccd.chemnetbase.com/ (accessed Oct 20 2016).|
|(6)||Chemical Abstracts Service. SciFinder. https://scifinder.cas.org (accessed Oct 20, 2016); Calculated using Advanced Chemistry Development software, version 11.02; ACD/Labs 1994-2016.|