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The command \lohi creates a stacked subscript and a superscript in text mode


[...]left right


Place a subscript and a superscript above it, instead of one after the other. \lohi expects the subscript first; \hilo is simply a wrapper around \lohi that expects the superscript first. You can provide an optional keyword left, in which

case the super- and subscript will be right-aligned to permit placement at the left of a word.


Example 1

Today is the 3\high{rd} March 2010.\par
The lethal concentration L\low{50} varies with the temperature.\par
One stable isotope of tantalum is \lohi[left]{73}{180m}Ta.


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