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It is possible in the same document, change the style of bibliography? I want the bibliography by chapters arranged in order of appearance. (I use unsrt), but I want the general bibliography in alphabetical order (and, if possible, backref to pages where the citation appears).

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You should mention how you arrange the bibliographies by chapter. I'd recommend switching to biblatex that is able to do this and more. – egreg Oct 26 '11 at 15:02

that's not really possible. What you can do is to create one bibliography, rename the file <file>.bbl to <file>-bib.tex and then run your document with the setting for the other bibliography. The first created can simply be inserted into your main TeX document by \input{<file>-bib}

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