Italics (i)

Technology / Computers / Italics (i): A type style with slightly slanted characters, used for emphasis. Best used to set off quotes, special phrases, and foreign words, italic letters have a redesigned structure that allows them to slant to the right. The first italic type was designed by Aldus Manutius in AD 1501 and was based on the handwriting style of that time. Furthermore, lowercase letters were in italics while capital letters were Roman (or vertical stance).

Italics (i)

Technology / Computers / Italics (i): A type style with slightly slanted characters, used for emphasis. Best used to set off quotes, special phrases, and foreign words, italic letters have a redesigned structure that allows them to slant MORE

Italics

Entertainment / Literature / Italics: A style of printing in which the tops of letters and punctuation marks gently slope to the right. Italics are often used by typesetters to indicate greater emphasis for a word or phrase. Other typeset MORE

Iodine (I)

Science / Periodic Table of Elements / Iodine (I): Atomic number: 53, Atomic mass: 126.9045 g.mol -1, Electronegativity: 2.5, Density: 4.93 g.cm-3 at 20°C, Melting point: 114 °C, Boiling point: 184 °C, Vanderwaals radius: 0.177 nm, Ionic radius: 0. MORE

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