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    1 
    2 H2
    3 ---------------
    4 
    5 target: checmical formulas like CH2, H2, CH2CH3
    6 
    7 [hH]2	||H<subscript>2</subscript>||
    8 	- catches things like figure:[/path/to/imagepath2.png]
    9 
   10 - why not just H2?
   11 
   12 
   13 H3O\+		||H<subscript>3</subscript>O<superscript>+</superscript>||
   14 H3		||H<subscript>3</subscript>||
   15 --------------------
   16 
   17 - the more specific must precede the less specific - otherwise, substitution performed using less specific first and then more specific is never matched...
   18 
   19 
   20 Ka
   21 --------------
   22 
   23 docbook:
   24 
   25 ([p\s])Ka\s			||$1K<subscript>a</subscript> ||
   26 
   27 
   28 - is \s really necessary after Ka?
   29 
   30 
   31 oC
   32 ---------------
   33 
   34 - why not just oC with (current implementation) ||<superscript>o</superscript>C|| ?
   35   
   36 
   37 other possibilities considered (why?):
   38 
   39 oC\s			||<superscript>o</superscript>C ||
   40 oC,			||<superscript>o</superscript>C,||
   41 oC\.			||<superscript>o</superscript>C.||
   42 oC\:			||<superscript>o</superscript>C:||
   43 oC\;			||<superscript>o</superscript>C;||
   44 
   45 
   46 oC\t			||<superscript>o</superscript>C\t||
   47 oC\n			||<superscript>o</superscript>C\n||
   48 oC\r			||<superscript>o</superscript>C\r||
   49 oC\f			||<superscript>o</superscript>C\f||
   50 oC\s			||<superscript>o</superscript>C ||
   51 
   52 OR
   53 
   54 oC\t			||<superscript>o</superscript>C\t||
   55 oC\n			||<superscript>o</superscript>C\n||
   56 oC\r			||<superscript>o</superscript>C\r||
   57 oC\f			||<superscript>o</superscript>C\f||
   58 oC 			||<superscript>o</superscript>C ||
   59 
   60 OR 
   61 
   62 oC(\s)	||<superscript>o</superscript>C$1||