Testing super/subscripts

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Testing super/subscripts

Post by wfarrell » Sun Sep 23, 2018 1:33 pm

Testing a subscript: H2O
Another, longer one: Hello, friend.

Testing a superscript: X2 + Y2
Longer: X(2y+3z)2
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Re: Testing super/subscripts

Post by betatester » Tue Sep 25, 2018 8:58 am

My testing: CaSO4.2H2O

Sucrose (glucose + fructose): C12H22O11*
Lactose (glucose + galactose): C12H22O11*
Maltose (glucose + glucose): C12H22O11*
Sucrose (glucose + fructose): C12H22O11*
Lactose (glucose + galactose): C12H22O11*
Maltose (glucose + glucose): C12H22O11*
Sucrose (glucose + fructose): C12H22O11*
Lactose (glucose + galactose): C12H22O11*
Maltose (glucose + glucose): C12H22O11*

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Sucrose (glucose + fructose): C[sub]12[/sub]H[sub]22[/sub]O[sub]11[/sub][sup]*[/sup]
Lactose (glucose + galactose): C[sub]12[/sub]H[sub]22[/sub]O[sub]11[/sub][sup]*[/sup]
Maltose (glucose + glucose): C[sub]12[/sub]H[sub]22[/sub]O[sub]11[/sub][sup]*[/sup]

* These are isomers
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Re: Testing super/subscripts

Post by lhamilton3 » Thu Sep 27, 2018 7:22 pm

Jan. 1st.

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Re: Testing super/subscripts

Post by srjfoo » Fri Sep 28, 2018 3:17 am

wfarrell wrote:
Sun Sep 23, 2018 1:33 pm
Testing a subscript: H2O
Another, longer one: Hello, friend.

Testing a superscript: X2 + Y2
Longer: X(2y+3z)2
And even longer: WX(2y+3z)2

Is there a nesting limit?
QWX(2y+3z)2

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