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I noticed that Griffiths' elementary particles book uses a different type of font in math typesetting, akin to preLaTeX era (the one as in Feynman Lectures on Physics or Mary Boas' Mathematical Methods in the Physical Sciences), instead of usual LaTeX. Check out the attachement segriffiths.jpg, it's Schrödinger equation from that book. I also added latex version of it (latex.png). Notice how different the psi and hbar is.
So, anyone knows how to "emulate" the Ye Olde Typesetting in LaTeX? Do I need some additional packages or what?
Thanks in advance
(I couldn't found the proper place for this post, so I'm trying to write to least irrelevant place. I hope it's OK)
So, anyone knows how to "emulate" the Ye Olde Typesetting in LaTeX? Do I need some additional packages or what?
Thanks in advance
(I couldn't found the proper place for this post, so I'm trying to write to least irrelevant place. I hope it's OK)
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