abbreviations in chemistry format

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    Susan Baker

    I have one more question related to transcribing a test that is using chemistry code. Where I have starred, sentence 63, If I am applying the rules correctly, where I have underlined 6 m/s., I will need to use the punctuation indicator following the s and before the period, correct?

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    Susan Baker

    Simple answer: Yes.
    Explanation: To clarify the differences between Chemistry Code and Nemeth Code regarding scientific abbreviations: space after the 6 or the 10 (follow print spacing); use an English letter indicator for each single letter abbreviation (as always); braille the entire m/s. unspaced; punctuate in the mathematical mode (precede each period with a punctuation indicator).

    Lindy Walton

    Thank you so much for your quick response. I am so glad we have this service as members. It is well worth the membership fee!

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