# Sandbox

### From Online Dictionary of Crystallography

## Maths

Testing maths handling, both inline ([math]\partial y/\partial x[/math]) and displayed:

[math] x = {-b \pm \sqrt{b^2 -4ac}\over 2a}[/math]

All seems to work nicely! Of course, things get more complicated when there is lots of text so that the embedded inline math (again, [math]\partial y\partial z/\partial x[/math]) is fully within the text of the paragraph and therefore will interfere with the interline spacing. All seems to work nicely! Of course, things get more complicated when there is lots of text so that the embedded inline math is fully within the text of the paragraph and therefore will interfere with the interline spacing.

Problems with bold subscripts:

[math]\bold{d_h} = \sqrt{2x +y^2}[/math]

(now solved).

## Tables

A table:

Absolute Structure | Absolute Configuration | |

Property | spatial arrangement | spatial arrangement |

Content | atoms | atoms |

Object | crystal | molecule |

Symmetry | non-centrosymmetric | chiral |

Specification | crystallographic | stereochemical |

space group | CIP | |

cell dimensions | ||

atomic coordinates |

Absolute Structure | Absolute Configuration | |

Property | spatial arrangement | spatial arrangement |

Content | atoms | atoms |

Object | crystal | molecule |

Symmetry | non-centrosymmetric | chiral |

Specification | crystallographic | sterochemical |

space group | CIP | |

cell dimensions | ||

atomic coordinates |

## More maths

More maths:

[math]{u\over{k_1l_2-k_2l_1}}={v\over{l_1h_2-l_2h_1}}={w\over{h_1k_2-h_2k_1}}[/math]

testing subgroup symbols:

[math]\triangleleft {\triangleleft\over{}}[/math]

[math]\mathcal{L} M N[/math]

## Accents and special characters

HTML entities such as é for é may be used.