<size> Size (in a citation)

Size of a resource or object described in a bibliographic reference or related object description. The @units attribute must be used to name the units of measure (for example, minutes, hours, linear feet, pages).
units (REQUIRED)

Base Attributes

Models and Context
May be contained in
Text, numbers, or special characters, zero or more
Content Model
<!ELEMENT  size         (#PCDATA %size-elements;)*                   >
Expanded Content Model


Tagged Sample

Number of pages, in a citation

 <mixed-citation publisher-type="gov"
  ><person-group person-group-type="author"
    <given-names>John C</given-names></string-name>, 
   <aff>Texas Heart Institute, Houston, TX</aff></person-group>. 
  <gov>Report No.: NIH-N01-HV-5-3006-4-VI. Contract No. 
   N01-HV-5-3006</gov>. <source>ALVAD: 1980. A comprehensive 
   final report to NHLI</source>. Vol. <volume>1</volume>. 
  <publisher-loc>Bethesda (MD)</publisher-loc>:
  <publisher-name>National Institutes of Health, National Heart 
   and Lung Institute, Devices and Services Branch</publisher-name>;
  <month>01</month> <year iso-8601-date="1980-01">1980</year>.
  <size units="pages">340</size> p. Available from: NTIS,
  Springfield, VA; PB80-148810</mixed-citation>