ACS (American Chemical Society) style uses very stripped down citations that supply essential finding information. ACS also uses abbreviations for journal names rather than using full titles. You can choose from three options on how to present in-text citations in ACS: you can use superscript numbers, similar to those in Turabian/Chicago style, italic numbers in parentheses (see below), or author-date (similar in conept to A.P.A., though not exactly like it).
The ACS Style Guide (1) provides the minimum elements of citation required for different types of sources. These are:
1. Coghill, A.M.; Garson, L.R. The ACS Style Guide: Effective Communication of Scientific Information, 3rd ed. American Chemical Society: Washington D.C., 2006.