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I'm writing a research paper and I found that a book on google scholar that I want to cite. Can I do that?

I can add the the google scholar link to my citation.

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    Aug 4 at 14:48
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    Could you edit your question to explain how this is different from finding a book in a library that you want to cite, or finding a book on the shelves of a colleague who lets you borrow the book, etc. What specifically do you think is a concern about finding it in google scholar as opposed to finding it in other places? Is it something like a Masters thesis that google scholar allows you to know the existence of, but you can't obtain a copy (can't see pages or download, or perhaps you have page-by-page view ability but can't download book, or you can't find an online copy or print copy, etc.)? Aug 4 at 15:59
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    Regarding the title: What is a "Google Scholar Book"? Aug 4 at 21:19

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