If it's a matter of "further details on the previous experiment", a thesis is likely to go into much more depth than a paper and is the best you're likely to get.If it's "so-and-so proved that..." you should you shouldn't quote a master's Thesis because they are typically not published.As long as you're critical of the content and argument of these documents you should be fine.
Some people publish their theses as part of a monograph series.
In that case, it could appear under "books," but should still be identified as the Ph D thesis.
only published work should be cited in a research work.
Visit Stack Exchange I think it is best to put your dissertation under its own heading "Dissertation".
when having an ISBN, then you can use the (Bib Te X) book entry and your publication part.
without an ISBN, use (Bib Te X) phdthesis entry within the education area of your cv which was proposed in another prior answer.
While writing my MA thesis, there were very few peer-reviewed publications available in the particular region I was working in but there were a number of recently completed theses and dissertations.
Some of these were excellent and provided great data to support my own arguments, while others were of lower quality and were not cited.
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Visit Stack Exchange Not much literature can be found on what I'm working on and it's all by the people I work with.