I work on a thesis, with several chapters.
Now, Chapter 1 is called Introduction. When I want to say "ABC is defined in Chapter 1", I feel I can avoid using "Chapter 1" and use "Introduction".
However, I'm not sure which is correct:
- "in the introduction" (referring to the general concept of introductions);
- "in Introduction" (referring to Chapter 1 by its name);
- neither, both, or something completely different.