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Philip G. Ratcliffe philipratcliffe at tiscali.it
Sun Jun 1 01:06:45 CEST 2003

Well, the relatively concise BibTeX docs do explain this point rather
clearly.  Next time, please, try just a little reading first.

Anyway, the point is this: most bib styles reduce the titles to all lower
case. To protect certain letters (such as proper-noun initial letters) or
even words or acronyms against this, just eclose them in a {} pair.  For

   title = "Second Quantisation of the {D}irac Equation and {QED}",

will then typically appear as

  Second quantisation of the Dirac equation and QED

Cheers,  Phil Ratcliffe

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