<note> Note in a Reference List
Non-citation content inside a bibliographic reference list.
Sometimes end note material is placed within a bibliographic reference list, as one of the numbered reference items. The <note> element holds such material.
This element should be limited to conversion use only. When new reference lists are created, notes should not be intermingled with citations.
Models and Context
May be contained in
The following, in order:
- <label> Label (of an Equation, Figure, Reference, etc.), zero or one
- One or more of any of:
<!ELEMENT note %note-model; >
Expanded Content Model
(label?, (p | product)+)
Notes rather than citations within a <ref> (any citation?)
... <ref id="c33"> <label>33.</label> <note> <p>While the samples appear homogeneous in terms of local variations in transition energy and PL intensity, the response to external electric fields is strongly inhomogeneous, which can most likely be attributed to local variations in the AlGaN back contact conductivity as well as inhomogeneities in the passivation process.</p> </note> </ref> ...
... <ref id="c35"> <label>35.</label> <note> <p>The geometric optimization and electronic transport properties are all calculated by a developed <italic>ab-initio</italic> software package Atomistix ToolKit, which is based on the spin-polarized density-functional theory combined with the non-equilibrium Greens functions. ...</p> </note> </ref> ...