## LaTeX forum ⇒ BibTeX, biblatex and biber ⇒ Reference to Citation

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KOR
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### Reference to Citation

Hi,
I like to reference a citation.
which returns c=300000km/s^{$X$}
but now I want to write somethich like: For further information see reference X
How can I do that

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Johannes_B
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Can you please expand that to a compilable minimal example? Right now i don't know what you want/need.
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KOR
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Sorry for that
\documentclass[12pt,a4paper,draft]{scrartcl}\usepackage[super,square,comma,sort&compress]{natbib}\begin{document}\section{Speed of light}The speed of light is 300000kms$^{-1}.$\cite{Bibliographygoogle}For further details see reference \ref{Bibliographygoogle}.\bibliography{../Bibtex/work.bib}{}\end{document}

output should look like this:
The speed of light is 300000kms\$^{-1}.(superscript citation number one)
For further details see reference (citation number one in normal font size).
Last edited by cgnieder on Mon Jun 30, 2014 9:35 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Reason: changed code markup from inline to block

Johannes_B
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First of all, you should have a look at package siunitx. It might be handy for you.

Furthermore, natbib is kind of old fashioned. If you have the choice, use biblatex in conjunctin with biber instead.

I still don't know exactly, what your ouput should be. But i guess you are looking for something like \citet{<bibkey>} or \citep{<bibkey>}.

Best regards
Johannes
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KOR
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the \citet command was what I am looking for. Thanks for that. But since I have to use a certain bibliography style (\bibliographystyle{angewchem}) which uses numbers instead of author year. I get author is undefined in citation Bibliographygoogle.

Johannes_B
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There is a biblatex style for that: biblatex-chem.

If you want any further help, please provide a minimal working example. My crystal ball is at the shop. I am not a psychic.
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