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I am asking for this specific type of bibliographystyle and not could get it yet.

Many thanks for any help.

(in text) Jones et al. (2005)

(citep) (Devlou & Zaparolli, 2013)

(bib) Van Krevelen, D.W. (1990),“Properties of Polymers. Their Correlation with Chemical Structure, Their Numerical Estimation and Prediction from Additive Group Contribuition”, 3º ed., Elsevier, Amsterdam.

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    You have tagged this question with both biblatex and natbib. The two packages are fundamentally incompatible. Which one do you want to use? Do you need this bibliography style for the submission to a journal? – moewe Jul 29 at 18:02
  • Natbib, I'd like to tagg with Bibtex, sorry. To second question: yes. – Na'omi Jul 29 at 18:03
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    If you want to submit to a particular journal, do check if they provide a LaTeX template. Often these templates contain instructions for the bibliography, and if you are really lucky they may tell you which .bst file to use (they may even advise you to use one of the standard styles even though the output is not exactly the same as in the printed article: often LaTeX is just an intermediate step and not the final product and they may have other ways to produce the final bibliography) or provide a custom one for you. – moewe Jul 29 at 20:35
  • Thank you for all, unfortunately they provide a LaTeX template with bibitems, not using Bibtex... – Na'omi Jul 29 at 20:53
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    Ah, well. It would have been too easy. If you have only very few entries it might be an option to format them manually. Alternatively you could take a style that is quite close to what you want and then tweak the resulting .bbl file before you paste it into the document. Do note though that some natbib features are not available unless your manually-produced \bibitem bibliography has a special form. Double check if the journal actually supports natbib. – moewe Jul 30 at 15:25

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