RefCruncher is a web site that lets you quickly find scientific articles based on citations in referring articles. Click here to know more.

Copy & paste the reference you got from a bibliography. Start with the journal name. Do not include the paper's title or its author list:

- References should start with the journal name and include, at least, volume and page number.
- doi or arXiv codes can be included anywhere in the reference.
Examples:
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 6 (69-80): 3075-3087 (1671)
doi: 10.1098/rstl.1671.0072
arXiv: physics/9403001v1

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