I need to insert an at symbol, @ , which I know how to do in text, but can't figure out how to do in mathmode. Detexify gives me only text mode symbol for LaTeX.
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As @StevenB.Segletes mentioned in the comments, plain @ should work, in math or text mode. I had somehow managed generate a \@ , which throws the following error:
! You can't use `\spacefactor' in math mode. \@->\spacefactor
Corrected my code and now everything is working.