I can redefine the \hbar command to use the "h" from the current math font as follows


For example in Times New Roman this gives

hbar Times New Roman

However, this breaks in super- or subscripts:

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Is there a better way to achieve the same result, or is the a way to define \hbar differently when it appears as super- or subscript?

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Use \text:






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