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  • The Great, Big List of LATEX Symbols

    David Carlisle Scott Pakin Alexander Holt

    February 7, 2001

    List of Tables

    1 LATEX2ε Escapable “Special” Char- acters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

    2 LATEX2ε Commands Defined to Work in Both Math and Text Mode 2

    3 Non-ASCII Letters (Excluding Ac- cented Letters) . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

    4 Greek Letters . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 5 Punctuation Marks Not Found in OT1 3 6 Predefined LATEX2ε Text-Mode

    Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 7 Binary Operation Symbols . . . . . . 3 8 Relation Symbols . . . . . . . . . . . 4 9 Punctuation Symbols . . . . . . . . . 4 10 Arrow Symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 11 Miscellaneous Symbols . . . . . . . . 5 12 Variable-sized Symbols . . . . . . . . 5 13 Log-like Symbols . . . . . . . . . . . 5 14 Delimiters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 15 Large Delimiters . . . . . . . . . . . 6 16 Math-Mode Accents . . . . . . . . . 6 17 Some Other Constructions . . . . . . 6 18 textcomp Symbols . . . . . . . . . . . 6 19 AMS Delimiters . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 20 AMS Arrows . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 21 AMS Negated Arrows . . . . . . . . 8 22 AMS Greek . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 23 AMS Hebrew . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 24 AMS Miscellaneous . . . . . . . . . . 8 25 AMS Commands Defined to Work in

    Both Math and Text Mode . . . . . 9

    26 AMS Binary Operators . . . . . . . 9 27 AMS Binary Relations . . . . . . . . 9 28 AMS Negated Binary Relations . . . 10 29 stmaryrd Delimiters . . . . . . . . . . 10 30 stmaryrd Arrows . . . . . . . . . . . 10 31 stmaryrd Extension Characters . . . 10 32 stmaryrd Binary Operators . . . . . . 11 33 stmaryrd Large Binary Operators . . 11 34 stmaryrd Binary Relations . . . . . . 11 35 stmaryrd Negated Binary Relations . 11 36 wasysym Math-Mode Symbols . . . . 11 37 wasysym General Symbols . . . . . . 12 38 wasysym Electrical and Physical

    Symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 39 wasysym Polygons and Stars . . . . . 12 40 wasysym Musical Notes . . . . . . . . 12 41 wasysym Circles . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 42 wasysym Phonetic Symbols . . . . . 12 43 wasysym Astrological and Zodiacal

    Symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 44 wasysym APL Symbols . . . . . . . . 13 45 wasysym APL Modifiers . . . . . . . 13 46 pifont Commands for Using Zapf

    Dingbats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 47 marvosym Astrological and Zodiacal

    Symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 48 marvosym Digits . . . . . . . . . . . 14 49 marvosym Euro Signs . . . . . . . . . 15 50 marvosym Miscellaneous . . . . . . . 15 51 Math Alphabets . . . . . . . . . . . 16

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  • Table 1: LATEX2ε Escapable “Special” Characters

    \$ % \% \_ } \} & \& # \# { \{

    Table 2: LATEX2ε Commands Defined to Work in Both Math and Text Mode

    \$ \_ \ddag { \{ \P c \copyright . . . \dots } \} \S \dag \pounds

    (Where two symbols are present, the left one is the “faked” symbol that LATEX2ε provides by default, and the right one is the “true” symbol that textcomp makes available.)

    Table 3: Non-ASCII Letters (Excluding Accented Letters)

    å \aa \DH ∗ !L \L ø \o ß \ss Å \AA \dh ∗ !l \l Ø \O SS \SS Æ \AE \DJ ∗ \NG ∗ Œ \OE \TH ∗ æ \ae \dj ∗ \ng ∗ œ \oe \th ∗

    ∗ = Not available in the OT1 font encoding. Use the fontenc package to select an alternate font encoding, such as T1.

    Table 4: Greek Letters α \alpha θ \theta o o τ \tau β \beta ϑ \vartheta π \pi υ \upsilon γ \gamma ι \iota + \varpi φ \phi δ \delta κ \kappa ρ \rho ϕ \varphi 1 \epsilon λ \lambda 3 \varrho χ \chi ε \varepsilon µ \mu σ \sigma ψ \psi ζ \zeta ν \nu ς \varsigma ω \omega η \eta ξ \xi

    Γ \Gamma Λ \Lambda Σ \Sigma Ψ \Psi ∆ \Delta Ξ \Xi Υ \Upsilon Ω \Omega Θ \Theta Π \Pi Φ \Phi

    (The remaining Greek majuscules can be produced with ordinary Latin letters. The symbol “M”, for instance, is used for both an uppercase “m” and an uppercase “µ”.)

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  • Table 5: Punctuation Marks Not Found in OT1 \guillemotleft ∗ \guilsinglleft ∗ \quotedblbase ∗ \textquotedbl ∗

    \guillemotright ∗ \guilsinglright ∗ \quotesinglbase ∗

    (To get these symbols, use the fontenc package to select an alternate font encoding, such as T1.)

    Table 6: Predefined LATEX2ε Text-Mode Commands

    ˆ \textasciicircum < \textless ˜ \textasciitilde a \textordfeminine

    \textasteriskcentered o \textordmasculine \ \textbackslash \textparagraph | \textbar \textperiodcentered { \textbraceleft ¿ \textquestiondown } \textbraceright “ \textquotedblleft

    \textbullet ” \textquotedblright c \textcopyright ‘ \textquoteleft

    \textdagger ’ \textquoteright \textdaggerdbl r \textregistered \textdollar \textsection

    . . . \textellipsis \textsterling — \textemdash TM \texttrademark – \textendash \textunderscore ¡ \textexclamdown \textvisiblespace > \textgreater

    (Where two symbols are present, the left one is the “faked” symbol that LATEX2ε provides by default, and the right one is the “true” symbol that textcomp makes available.)

    Table 7: Binary Operation Symbols

    ± \pm ∩ \cap " \diamond ⊕ \oplus ∓ \mp ∪ \cup

    ! \bigtriangleup & \ominus

    × \times ( \uplus "

    \bigtriangledown ⊗ \otimes ÷ \div * \sqcap = \triangleleft + \oslash ∗ \ast - \sqcup > \triangleright . \odot ? \star ∨ \vee ! \lhd∗ © \bigcirc ◦ \circ ∧ \wedge " \rhd∗ † \dagger • \bullet \ \setminus # \unlhd∗ ‡ \ddagger · \cdot 3 \wr $ \unrhd∗ 4 \amalg + + − -

    ∗ Not predefined in LATEX2ε. Use one of the packages latexsym, amsfonts, amssymb, or wasysym.

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  • Table 8: Relation Symbols

    ≤ \leq ≥ \geq ≡ \equiv |= \models ≺ \prec : \succ ∼ \sim ⊥ \perp = \preceq > \succeq ? \simeq | \mid @ \ll A \gg B \asymp ‖ \parallel ⊂ \subset ⊃ \supset ≈ \approx >= \bowtie ⊆ \subseteq ⊇ \supseteq ∼= \cong % \Join∗ & \sqsubset∗ ' \sqsupset∗ I= \neq @ \smile J \sqsubseteq K \sqsupseteq .= \doteq A \frown ∈ \in M \ni ∝ \propto = = O \vdash P \dashv < < > > : :

    ∗ Not predefined in LATEX2ε. Use one of the packages latexsym, amsfonts, amssymb, or wasysym.

    Table 9: Punctuation Symbols

    , , ; ; : \colon . \ldotp · \cdotp

    Table 10: Arrow Symbols

    ← \leftarrow ←− \longleftarrow ↑ \uparrow ⇐ \Leftarrow ⇐= \Longleftarrow ⇑ \Uparrow → \rightarrow −→ \longrightarrow ↓ \downarrow > \Rightarrow => \Longrightarrow ⇓ \Downarrow ↔ \leftrightarrow ←→ \longleftrightarrow Y \updownarrow ⇔ \Leftrightarrow ⇐> \Longleftrightarrow [ \Updownarrow \→ \mapsto \−→ \longmapsto ↗ \nearrow ←↩ \hookleftarrow ↪→ \hookrightarrow ↘ \searrow ↼ \leftharpoonup ⇀ \rightharpoonup ↙ \swarrow ↽ \leftharpoondown ⇁ \rightharpoondown ↖ \nwarrow ! \rightleftharpoons ( \leadsto∗

    ∗ Not predefined in LATEX2ε. Use one of the packages latexsym, amsfonts, amssymb, or wasysym.

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  • Table 11: Miscellaneous Symbols

    . . . \ldots · · · \cdots ... \vdots

    . . . \ddots ℵ \aleph ′ \prime ∀ \forall ∞ \infty ! \hbar ∅ \emptyset ∃ \exists ) \Box∗ ı \imath ∇ \nabla ¬ \neg * \Diamond∗  \jmath

    √ \surd I \flat i \triangle

    J \ell j \top K \natural ♣ \clubsuit ℘ \wp ⊥ \bot M \sharp ♦ \diamondsuit m \Re ‖ \| \ \backslash ♥ \heartsuit o \Im ∠ \angle ∂ \partial ♠ \spadesuit + \mho∗ . . | |

    ∗ Not predefined in LATEX2ε. Use one of the packages latexsym, amsfonts, amssymb, or wasysym.

    Table 12: Variable-sized Symbols ∑

    \sum ⋂

    \bigcap ⊙

    \bigodot∏ \prod

    ⋃ \bigcup

    ⊗ \bigotimes∐

    \coprod ⊔

    \bigsqcup ⊕

    \bigoplus∫ \int

    ∨ \bigvee

    ⊎ \biguplus∮

    \oint ∧

    \bigwedge

    Table 13: Log-like Symbols

    \arccos \cos \csc \exp \ker \limsup \min \sinh \arcsin \cosh \deg \gcd \lg \ln \Pr \sup \arctan \cot \det \hom \lim \log \sec \tan \arg \coth \dim \inf \liminf \max \sin \tanh

    Table 14: Delimiters ( ( ) ) ↑ \uparrow ⇑ \Uparrow [ [ ] ] ↓ \downarrow ⇓ \Downarrow { \{ } \} Y \updownarrow [ \Updownarrow q \lfloor r \rfloor s \lceil t \rceil 〈 \langle 〉 \rangle / / \ \backslash | | ‖ \|

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  • Table 15: Large Delimiters   \rmoustache

      \lmoustache

      \rgroup

      \lgroup

     \arrowvert 44 \Arrowvert

     \bracevert

    Table 16: Math-Mode Accents â \hat{a} á \acute{a} ā \bar{a} ȧ \dot{a} ă \breve{a} ǎ \check{a} à \grave{a} Oa \vec{a} ä \ddot{a} ã \tilde{a}

    Table 17: Some Other Constructions

    ãbc \widetilde{abc} âbc \widehat{abc} ←− abc \overleftarrow{abc}

    −→ abc \overrightarrow{abc}

    abc \overline{abc} abc \underline{abc} ︷︸︸︷ abc \overbrace{abc} abc︸︷︷︸ \underbrace{abc}√ abc \sqrt{abc} n

    √ abc \sqrt[n]{abc}

    f ′ f’ abcxyz \frac{abc}{xyz}

    Table 18: textcomp Symbols1

    \textacutedbl \textlquill \textascendercompwordmark \textmarried \textasciiacute \textmho \textasciibreve \textminus \textasciicaron \textmu \textasciidieresis \textmusicalnote \textasciigrave \textnaira \textasciimacron \textnineoldstyle \textasteriskcentered \textnumero \textbaht \textohm \textbardbl \textonehalf \textbigcircle \textoneoldstyle \textblank \textonequarter \textborn \textonesuperior \textbrokenbar \textopenbullet

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    1These symbols are also availa