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Those references are badly formatted: title={Schemes over {$\mathbb{F}_1$}}, and title={Zeta functions over {$\mathbf{F}_1$}}, should be the right ways. Although I'd use \mathbf for both; check the original papers to see the right formatting. Also the — in the booktitle field should be ---: In the example I use filecontents* so that it is ...


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First here is how to do it with multibib, followed by an approach with multibbl: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[labeled,resetlabels]{multibib} \newcites{L}{Links} \begin{document} Text, etc. \cite{art} and \citeL{link} \bibliographystyle{plain} \bibliography{References} \bibliographystyleL{plain} \bibliographyL{Links} \end{document} To do ...


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Based on the answer given by @daleif in How to delete a full stop on reference ending, I added \newcommand\EatDot[1]{} in the main file and amended the bibliography file to: @article{test1, note = "\href{http://www.blah1.com/}{Title 1}\EatDot", } @article{test2, note = "\href{http://www.blah2.com/}{Title 2}\EatDot", } The output file is: [1] ...


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You could redefine the rm-urlstyle: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{natbib,hyperref} \usepackage{helvet} % helvetica font \renewcommand{\familydefault}{\sfdefault} %\usepackage{sfmath} % helvetica for math mode too \makeatletter \def\url@rmstyle{% \def\UrlFont{\sffamily}} \makeatother \begin{document} test \citet{foo2010} ...


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natbib in the presence of hyperref uses the url package to format these and that package defines a sans serif style which you can invoke with \urlstyle{sf} For the DOI field, natbib defines the command \doi via something like \providecommand{\doi}[1]{doi: #1} which you can override with \newcommand{\doi}[1]{doi: \url{#1}} ...



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