IEEE referencing is used in subjects such as computing and engineering. It\u2019s also the preferred system in journals published by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. And now, we\u2019re going to look at how to cite a chapter from an edited book using this referencing style.\r\nIn-Text Citations for a Chapter from an Edited Book\r\nTo cite a source in IEEE referencing, give a citation number in brackets within the text. This usually goes at the end of a sentence before punctuation:\r\nThe new electrolysis technique proved effective .\r\nThese bracketed numbers point to a source in the reference list, with sources numbered in the order you first cite them in the document. The citation above, for example, points to the third source in the reference list, so it would also be the third source cited in the document.\r\n\r\nWe would then use the same number if we cited the source again later in the document. Variations on this basic citation style include:\r\n\r\n \tGiving the citation immediately after the author\u2019s name if you have named the author in the main text of your paper.\r\n \tCiting a page number when quoting a source directly.\r\n\r\nYou can see examples of these in our overview of IEEE referencing.\r\nEdited Books in the Reference List\r\nIf you\u2019ve cited a chapter from an edited book, make sure to list the full publication details in the reference list at the end of your document. The format to use for a chapter from an edited book here is:\r\n[#] INITIAL(S) Surname, \u201cChapter Title,\u201d in Book Title, Editor Name, Ed. Place of publication: Publisher, Year, Page numbers.\r\nIn practice, then, the reference list entry for a chapter from an edited book would look like this:\r\n B. Smith, \u201cA Comparison of Recently Developed Methods of Enhanced Electrolysis,\u201d in Innovations in Engineering, K. Jones, Ed. London: PME & Co., 2017, 13\u201341.\r\nThis would be the third entry in the reference list, as indicated by the bracketed number. Make sure numbers in the reference list match those used to cite sources in the main text. And don\u2019t forget to include a small hanging indent for each line after the first in each entry.