Many library databases and Google Scholar have citation features that allow you to automatically generate a citation for a source in a specific citation style. Look for the quote marks " symbol to find this feature in most databases and in Google Scholar. You can also generate citations with the "Share a citation" tool in many databases. There are also many online tools that automatically generate citations:
For examples and help, see the Purdue Online Writing Lab -- Research & Citation Resource
Emory library also provides a guide to citation: https://guides.main.library.emory.edu/citing_your_sources
If you are not sure which citation style to use, this guide has helpful advice structured by discipline. You may also want to check with the intended recipient of your work to see if they have specific style requirements.
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