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Let's say I want to write the following.

1. Introduction

Einstein, Newton, and Plank (2000) (hereafter ENP) assert there was Bing Bang.

ENP note that there exists gravity.

2. Main Text

3. Conclusion


References

Einstein, Albert, Isaac Newton, Max Plank, "A Theory of Physics", Great Physics Journal, 2000.

On PDF, I want the hyperlink to be created from Einstein, Newton, and Plank (2000) or ENP to the end of the document where it says Einstein, Albert, Isac Newton, Max Plank, "A Theory of Physics", Great Physics Journal, 2000.

I tried bibtex with line \cite{einsteinnewtownplank2000:Physics} but it forces me to have just one style of Einstein et al. (2000) or Einstein, Newton, and Plank (2000). It does not allow me to have also ENP, and have BOTH styles.

I also want the hyperlink to be created.

And I want to do it as efficiently as using bibtex.

How can I achieve all of these?

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