Variant Letters

In catering to the fine points of mathematical typesetting and notational clarity, Mathematica provides a variety of special variant forms of letters.

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Mathematica Notation and Doubled Letters

\[ImaginaryI] special form of representing (entered as EsciiEsc)

\[ConstantC] ▪ \[DifferentialD] ▪ \[ExponentialE] ▪ \[ImaginaryJ]

\[DoubledGamma] ▪ \[DoubledPi]

Special Letter-Based Forms

µ \[Micro] ▪ \[Angstrom] ▪ \[HBar] ▪ \[WeierstrassP]

Variant Greek Letters

\[CurlyEpsilon] ▪ \[CurlyTheta] ▪ \[CurlyKappa] ▪ \[CurlyPi] ▪ \[CurlyRho] ▪ \[FinalSigma] ▪ \[CurlyPhi] ▪ \[CurlyCapitalUpsilon]

Dotless Letters

\[DotlessI] dotless i, used for unit vectors with hats, etc.

\[DotlessJ] ▪ \[ScriptDotlessI] ▪ \[ScriptDotlessJ]

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