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comment Removing double punctuation when SI units with dots occur at the end of a sentence
@Jost I'm aware of that but honestly I think it's not terrible. I would like to see a proper fix, however.
May
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accepted How can I stop revtex from sending a tall figure to the end of the document?
May
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asked How can I stop revtex from sending a tall figure to the end of the document?
Feb
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Feb
25
revised Double dot at the end of sentence when figure reference ends with a dot
Made title more descriptive.
Feb
25
suggested approved edit on Double dot at the end of sentence when figure reference ends with a dot
Feb
25
comment Removing double punctuation when SI units with dots occur at the end of a sentence
@Joseph I know, which is why I hedged and apologized :). It's not great with consistency, but that's what people use, and anything else in my particular case would just be awkard. (For example, the momentum would be $p=\sqrt{2E_\mathrm{H}}$ in your suggested notation.) Journals do use the dotted a.u.; see e.g. this guidance from Phys. Rev. C.
Feb
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awarded  Yearling
Feb
25
asked Removing double punctuation when SI units with dots occur at the end of a sentence
Feb
6
asked Is it possible to have a two-column figure caption in revtex?
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Dec
4
revised Defining `$$$ $$$` to align
Added escapes to prevent misformatting on the Hot Network Questions sidebar.
Dec
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suggested approved edit on Defining `$$$ $$$` to align
Dec
2
comment Biblatex: submitting to a journal
Another caveat, right off the bat: biblatex is plain incompatible with REVTeX, which is the required style for most APS, AIP, OSA and AAS (physics) journals.
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Aug
29
comment Create xkcd style diagram in TeX
This is also possible using matplotlib.
Aug
12
comment Nice scientific pictures show off
Great related answer by OP at physics.stackexchange.