# LaTeX Help

Inclusion of graphics, e.g., figures in abstracts, is becoming more popular. Our compiler supports 3 packages to make it easier to include graphics. They are eps, graphics, and wrapfig, which respectively allow the inclusion of encapsulated postscript (eps) files, postscript (ps) files, and to wrap text about a figure. You may view an example of an abstract including a figure by clicking here and going to abstract 6. Please note that all abstracts must end with at least one line of text (not graphics); otherwise they cannot be processed correctly by the algorithm that produces the spacing in the abstract book.

The information given below is adapted from the American Physics Society web site. It contains the information needed to produce many, if not most, of the special symbols used in spectroscopy; however, it is by no means all inclusive.

## LaTeX Commands for Selected Special Symbols

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3. Make sure you use only upper case in the title and author
names, except for special cases, e.g., He, Al, McDONALD, the
conjunction "and" before the the last author in a series,
etc. Your abstract will be checked and automatically rejected
for failure to observe this convention.

4. Be careful not to add extra "{" or "}".  Keep them in pairs.

5. Please note that some lines in the template are not to be removed,
edited, commented out, or otherwise trifled with. Please
follow the associated instructions.
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Thank you for your cooperation, and good luck!

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