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Kindly suggest which .bst file should match for the style Springer Nature American Physical Society (APS) Reference Style... Please advise

For more details https://typeset.io/formats/springer-nature/springer-nature-american-physical-society-aps-reference-style/d5b6e8aee1ee4160a6f368aedf1ea79c

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  • If you are supposed to use the American Physical Society (APS) bib style along with the "Springer Journal" document class, give

    \documentclass[sn-aps]{sn-jnl}
    

    a try.

  • If you wish to use the APS bib style without employing the "Springer Journal" document class, give

    \documentclass[<some-options>]{<some-class>}
    % ... (other preamble stuff)
    \bibliographystyle{sn-aps}
    

    a try. If you pursue this route, you'll probably also have to provide a dummy definition for the macro \bibcommenthead that's used by the Springer Journal bib styles. E.g., something such as \def\bibcommenthead{}.

Springer actually provides an email address for answering authors' LaTeX- and BibTeX-related questions. It is LaTeXSupport@spi-global.com.

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