[OS X TeX] Celsius

Herb Schulz herbs at wideopenwest.com
Tue Feb 15 14:21:15 CET 2005

On 2/15/05 1:49 AM, "Peder Axensten" <peder at axensten.se> wrote:

> I've always been told that in angles there should be no space (30°),
> but in temperatures (and in front of SI-units in general) there should
> (-10 °C, 263 K).


I believe the space is supposed to be a small space, `\,', and the \amt{}{}
macro I wrote does that:


which allows for the small space. Usage: \amt{30}{\degC} gives 30°C with the
small space between the 30 and the °C. It also allows for super/sub-scripts,
e.g., \amt{9.8}{m/s^2}.

Good Luck,

Herb Schulz
(herbs at wideopenwest.com)

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