I am reading a review paper which includes hundreds of useful citations for my paper. I would like to import some of the citations into a bibtex file. The only thing I know to do is to search them on google one by one, and then click on "export bibtex".
Is it acceptable (ethical) to ask the author of a paper for the original bibtex (Latex) file?
Or I wonder if there are any program could do the repetitive job: searching each citation on google one by one and export the bibtex from google scholar.
Thanks for the Scopus answer. It works for most of the published (not working papers, though) papers!!