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Is ChemiDay a reliable enough source (for inorganic reactions) to be cited on our site?

No, it should not be considered a reliable source. From a quick once-over, it appears to be trying to be, among other things, something of an "encyclopedia of reactions." A true encyclopedia always ...
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What happened to Martin Chaplin's famous Water Structure and Science website?

The website and many (if not all) of its subpages should be accessible via the Wayback Machine (archive.org). Simply enter the desired page into the search bar and pick a relevant snapshot of the page....
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Is ChemiDay a reliable enough source (for inorganic reactions) to be cited on our site?

As you have noticed for some weeks that I am editing my old answers which has Chemiday as source (yes, my past-self is guilty of using Chemiday, please don't banish me :( ). I had around 15 such ...
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What is the recommended style of citing on chemistry.se?

How to insert citations Here is an example of one style that works (credit to @andselisk). In the text, you add a link to the paper[1]. Under the text, you have a full citation (in this case it looks ...
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Can we make a "big list" community question for structure drawing software?

Now that this question was reactivated (thank you winterbash), I guess it is time for an update. I personally think it was quite a good idea to make such a list. It was also referred in the more ...
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