Hi list,

I’m writing nuclear reactions. When add prescripts to atomic symbols with two 
letters, (Be, Sr, Xe, etc.) the prescripts split the atoms! (See output below.) 

Text:   \lohi[left]{4}{10}Be.
  {\rm U}^^{235}__{92} + n \rightarrow {\rm Sr}^^{94}__{38} + {\rm 
Xe}^^{140}__{54} + 2n

I looked at \chemical and \molecule, but could not find a way to make isotopes 
with those. Any ideas?


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