[Ref #] A. A. Author(s), Title, xth ed. City of Publisher, Country: Publisher, year, pages.
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 S. M. Hemmington, Soft Science, Cambridge, MA, USA: MIT Press, 2020, p. 23.
[Ref #] A. A. Author(s), “Chapter title,” in Book title, edition., vol, Editor. City of Publisher, Country: Publisher, year, pages.
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Notes about chapters in edited books:
An edited book is usually a collection of chapters written by different authors on the same subject. It has one or more editors.
The title of the chapter or section that has been used should be given in quotation marks.
Put the title of the entire book in italics.