There is a problem that puzzles me already for decades. I realize that this problem is limited to the chemistry community.
The journals Angewandte Chemie and Angewandte Chemie International Edition are publishing the same article in German and English language and ask authors to cite the work in both journals as a back to back citation. The recommended style is:
Author1,Author2, Titel, Angewandte Chemie Int. Ed., Year , IssueInt., PagesInt.; Angewandte Chemie, Year , Issue, Pages
In addition the output style of Angewandte Journals asks for collating citiations in the text as “ranges of consecutive” (1, 2 or 1a-f) and separated in bibliography with ;
Both Journals unfortunately have different Issue numbers and different pages for the same published article in the respective journal, such that using alternative Journal names is not possible. Additionally, I can’t see a possibility to format text selectively in an additional field, such as one could use a never used field to add this information.
This said only “omitting the author list” in Bibliography > Author List" is not enough as it would result in:
1a) Author1,Author2, Title, Angewandte Chemie Int. Ed., Year , IssueInt., PagesInt.; b) Angewandte Chemie, Year , Issue, Pages
Is there a possibility to further collate those two journals to cite them only in one citation item (here 1a only)?
All colleagues I asked are editing their bibliography manually after finalizing the list… But there has to be a cleverer solution…