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I would like to ask a question about MS Excel and one of it's functions; CONCATENATE.

I'm trying to write a huge number of reactions in the Excel as the following form :^{12}C (α,p)^{15}N

So, since I have tons of reactions to organize according to the alphabetic order and isotopes I decided to use excel cells as following. (in parentheses, the values of upper reaction)

A1 : Target isotopes mass number ( 12 )

B1 : Target symol ( C )

C1 : Incoming particle ( α )

D1 : Outgoing particle ( p )

E1 : Product isotopes mass number ( 15 )

F1 : Product symbol ( N )

and usedto write them in the form.Code (Text):=CONCATENATE(A1;B1;"(";C1;",";D1;")";E1;F1)

However, this is not true since I need that, cells A1 and E1 have to be written as the superscripts of cells B1 and F1 respectively in the same line.

Are there any way to do that ? I am open to any suggestion either solving this problem or a new, different way to let me write that tones of reactions in a suitable order.

Thank you,

Best.

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# Superscript Formula in Excel Function CONCATENATE

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