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I have this entry in the bib file:

@book{griepenkerl2002,
  title="Intensity distribution for diffraction by a slit and Intensity pattern for diffraction by a grating",
  author="Griepenkerl, Kordt",
  year="2002",
  editor="In: Handbook of physics. John W Harris; Walter Benenson; Horst Stöcker; Holger Lutz",
  publisher="Springer"
}

and no matter how I twist it, it does not show the editor name in the list of references, which is very important. I just get

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At the end of the documentI have:

\bibliographystyle{unsrt} 
\bibliography{bib} 

Any ideas how I can show the full information?

Thanks

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    the fields use depend on the style you specify, about which you have given no information. Presumably you are using biblatex not bibtex from your tag Jan 25, 2023 at 10:25
  • I use the following end on the document \bibliographystyle{unsrt} \bibliography{bib} Jan 25, 2023 at 10:28
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    so you are not using biblatex, but bibtex, why the biblatex tag? That is the main part of your question, you should add it to your questio as a small example doc showing the style used Jan 25, 2023 at 10:34
  • Because these are details that are completely unknown to me. Jan 25, 2023 at 10:38
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    And there is why we always ask for a minimal example so we know exactly what you are doing.
    – daleif
    Jan 25, 2023 at 10:40

1 Answer 1

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You should be using the @incollection entry type, not the @book entry type. And, while you're at it, do please provide suitable chapter and pages fields for this entry as well.

@book{griepenkerl2002,
  title     = "Intensity distribution for diffraction by a slit and 
               Intensity pattern for diffraction by a grating",
  author    = "Griepenkerl, Kordt",
  year      = 2002,
  booktitle = "Handbook of Physics",
  editor    = "Walter Benenson and John W. Harris and Horst Stöcker 
               and Holger Lutz",
  publisher = "Springer",
  address   = "New York",
}

}

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  • Thanks Mico! It worked Jan 25, 2023 at 13:24

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