I have a problem with the use of EndNote when deal with the citation of reference like this:
- (a) Prato, M. Top. Curr. Chem. 1999, 199, 173. (b) Wudl, F. J. Mater.
Chem. 2002, 12, 1959. (c) Sawamura, M.; Kawai, K.; Matsuo, Y.; Kanie,
K.; Kato, T.; Nakamura, E. Nature 2002, 419, 702. (d) Giacalone, F.;
Martin, N. Chem. ReV. 2006, 106, 5136.
what I should do to realize this situation?
Thank you very much! Looking forward to your reply. Best wishes.
sorry Endnote can not produce the grouped abc format, as has been discussed in another thread here:
In searching, …nor can any other commercially available desktop or web-based bibliographic/reference software.
I also really can’t find a journal that exclusively requires this kind of style - although, I can see that some allow it as an optional choice. I recommend you used the grouped option (with the caveat that you should start with a style that has that option as there is a known bug described here http://forums.thomsonscientific.com/ts/board/message?board.id=en-files&message.id=277&query.id=33849#M277 although I am not exactly sure which versions it affects.