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Wilma Druin
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I have the following information in text that I am transcribing UEB with Nemeth:

1.258 grams per centimeters cubed (g/cm³).  Would I include all in the Nemeth bubble for this sentence?

grams (g) of 3 cm³ of the substance at room temperature.

Can you suggest how the Opening and Closing Nemeth indicators would be used in this sentence?

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kdejute
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<p style="text-align: left;">Thank you for the question.</p>
For "1.258 grams per centimeters cubed (g/cm³)." I would enclose "1.258 grams" in one set of Nemeth switch indicators and "(g/cm³)" in another set of Nemeth switch indicators. That second chunk DOES include the parentheses.

For "grams (g) of 3 cm³ of the substance at room temperature." I would enclose only "cm³" in a set of Nemeth switch indicators.

I hope that helps! Please post here again if you are looking for further explanation.

Cheers!

--Kyle

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