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Unknown E/Epsilon variation

I've found it in the book "Introduction to Quantum Optics" written by Grynberg, et-al... and I'd like to use it in my discussion on this title.

I've already try on Detexify but failed.

  • Looks like \mathcal{E}. – Johannes_B Mar 18 '18 at 2:02
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    Or maybe \mathscr{E} – ShreevatsaR Mar 18 '18 at 2:06
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    It's probably just a glyph from some font; you can try using the same font, or just draw your own. – ShreevatsaR Mar 18 '18 at 2:08
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    You can load \usepackage{mathrsfs,rsfso} and then try$\mathcal{E}$ $\mathscr{E}$ in the document. None of them is a 100% match. – user121799 Mar 18 '18 at 2:09
  • Alternative duplicate How do I find out what fonts are used in a document/picture? – Henri Menke Mar 18 '18 at 3:37
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The font is Linoscript (commercial)

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