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Name | Type | Default Value |
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xmlns | CDATA | "" (fixed) |

The following parameter entities contain unit: indexinline, inline, miscinline

Inserts a physical quantity, see tbook's simple formula syntax.

<unit>3 m</unit>

yields in LaTeX “`$3$,m`”. So it guarantees a neat skip
between number and unit, and for configurations with different
fonts for number in- and outside mathematics it chooses the correct
one. Further advantage: Things like

The gravitational constant is <unit>6.672·10^{-11} m^3 kg^{-1} s^2</unit>.

(notice the spaces!) yields

The gravitational constant is 6.672 · 10^{−11}m^{3}kg^{−1}s^{2}.

So, units in upshape with small skips inbetween. You must assure
that the *first* space is between the number and the unit, or
alternatively you must put a “`~`” between number and unit.

For the explicit namespace see `<m>` above. It makes it
possible to be used inside MathML's `<math>`.

aphorism, caption, cell, cite, closing, em, footnote, heading, idx, item, ix, ix2, legalnotice, mathref, multipar, opening, p, pageref, proof, psfrag, quote, ref, subject, subtitle, term, theorem, title, to, verse, visual, vref, wrap

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