Chemistry uses extensive abbreviations in citations. You may need to consult CASSI to decode the citations.
Historically, chemistry citation styles have used abbreviated versions of journal titles. You may need to decode an abbreviation to get access to a journal or you may need to figure out the abbreviation to properly cite an article. Use these tools:
A paper copy of the complete ACS Style Guide is in the Crumb library on the shelf of style guides across from the information desk.