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I am compiling my supporting information for a paper, and I am using the manuscript=suppinfo from the achemso package, which labels all of my figures and such with S1, which is great. The problem is that my bibliography is also listed as S1,S2,..etc, is there an easy way to remove the "S" from the bibliography?

Would it be simpler to not use the manuscipt=suppinfo and simply add

renewcommand{\thefigure}{S\arabic{figure}}

type of a command to add the "S" where I need it?

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You want

\AtBeginDocument
  {%
    \renewcommand*{\citenumfont}[1]{#1}%
    \renewcommand*{\bibnumfmt}[1]{(#1)}%
  }

(achemso sets up the 'S' using the same method, but provided you do this after loading the class all will be well.)

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