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The rendering of the titles of books (for entries of type @book) and the names of journals (for entries of type @article) in italics is determined by the bibliography style you employ -- here: plainnat. As you've noticed, the plainnat style places given names before surnames. If you want the surname to always precede the given name(s) for all authors, try ...

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The argument to \begin{thebibliography} is used for setting the hanging indentation of the bibliography items. If you use numeric labels, then the argument should be a single digit (9 is commonly used) if there are less than ten items; two digits (commonly 99) if there are from 10 to 99 items and so on. If you use symbolic labels (say Xyz12 or XY13) like ...

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Remove the ALT prefixes from author and editor fields, i.e., change ALTauthor to author and ALTeditor to editor. Do this only for fields whose values are not {•}, of course, or you'll get some bitter complaints from BibTeX... By the way, I think the title of the cetin entry should start with {Sodium Hydroxide'' Ullmann's... rather than with {"Sodium ...

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Assuming your copy of the style file ACM-Reference-Format-Journals.bst is more or less the same as the one I was able to obtain from this GitHub site, you can get rid of the bracketd citation labels by loading the natbib package (in the preamble): \usepackage{natbib} To get rid of the handing indentation, use the instruction \setlength\bibhang{0pt} You ...

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The abbrvnat bibliography style uses \doi for formatting the contents of doi fields. It is possible to write a custom definition for \doi. The example below also loads ulem which defines \uline for underlining text. The command works in some situations where \underline fails. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{natbib} \usepackage[normalem]{ulem}% \uline ...

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You need to place \setbeamertemplate{bibliography item}[text] before \bibliographystyle. The purpose of these icons, quoted from the beamer documentation: Unlike normal LaTeX, the default template for the bibliography does not repeat the citation text (like “[Dijkstra, 1982]”) before each item in the bibliography. Instead, a cute, small article ...

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Copy your created .bbl file without the \begin|\end{thebibliography into your document and define some apacity macros: \documentclass[twocolumn]{article} \usepackage{hanging} \renewcommand\bibitem[2][]{} \def\citeauthoryear#1#2#3{} \newenvironment{APACrefauthors}{}{} \def\APACrefYearMonthDay#1#2#3{(#1)} \def\APACinsertmetastar#1{} \def\APACyear#1{} ...

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Also check out https://github.com/jburon/pnas2011.bst for PNAS bibtex style updated to match the current fashion in reference layout as of 4 September 2011.

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