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Citing Science Buddies Articles

Postby Janice1964 » Sun Oct 04, 2015 8:15 am

My seventh graders are citing a Science Buddies article on Ph levels of acid rain and are entering bibliography citations. They have indicated that no author is cited for the article. I also do not see credit given for the article. Should the article be cited as Science Buddy staff?
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Citing Science Buddies Articles

Postby Janice1964 » Sun Oct 04, 2015 8:15 am

My seventh graders are citing a Science Buddies article on Ph levels of acid rain and are entering bibliography citations. They have indicated that no author is cited for the article. I also do not see credit given for the article. Should the article be cited as Science Buddy staff?
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"Battery." Encyclopedia Britannica. 1990.

"Best Batteries." Consumer Reports Magazine 32 Dec. 1994: 71-72.

Booth, Steven A. "High-Drain Alkaline AA-Batteries." Popular Electronics 62 Jan. 1999: 58.

Brain, Marshall. "How Batteries Work." howstuffworks. 1 Aug. 2006
       <http://home.howstuffworks.com /battery.htm>.

"Cells and Batteries." The DK Science Encyclopedia. 1993.

Dell, R. M., and D. A. J. Rand. Understanding Batteries. Cambridge, UK: The Royal Society
       of Chemistry, 2001.

"Learning Center." Energizer. Eveready Battery Company, Inc. 1 Aug. 2006
       <http://www.energizer.com /learning/default.asp>.

"Learning Centre." Duracell. The Gillette Company. 31 July 2006
       <http://www.duracell.com /au/main/pages/learning-centre-what-is-a-battery.asp>.