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Below are two examples. The first is for a document that is not published elsewhere. The second is for a journal article which has been published online. For each example, the MLA style is used.
David, Carl W. “Electrostatics for Chemists.” DigitalCommons@UConn. August 2006 (date of publication). University of Connecticut. 18 August 2006 (date of access).
Elder, Crawford. “Ontology and Realism about Modality.” Australasian Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 77, No.3, September 1999 (date of publication). 18 August 2006 (date of access).
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