Extended Character Set


This is a table for my personal use. Most of the extended characters for HTML are for foreign languages. A few may be useful. The way to get them is shown in this example:

 You use the ampersand & and number sign # followed by a number from this table. If the number is 181, you get a Greek mu (the only Greek letter in this set).
 

120 x 140 151 161 ¡ 171 « 181 µ
121 y 141 &#141 152 162 ¢ 172 ¬ 182 ¶
122 z 142 &#142 153 163 £ 173 ­ 183 ·
123 { 143 &#143 154 164 ¤ 174 ® 184 ¸
124 | 144 &#144 155 165 ¥ 175 ¯ 185 ¹
125 } 145 156 166 ¦ 176 ° 186 º
126 ~ 146 157 &#157 167 § 177 ± 187 »
127  147 158 &#158 168 ¨ 178 ² 188 ¼
128 &#128 148 159 169 © 179 ³ 189 ½
129 &#129 149 160   170 ª 180 ´ 190 ¾
Left bracket is a problem because it signals a HTML command. Use ampersandlt; to get <
 

190 ¾ 200 È 210 Ò 220 Ü 230 æ 240 ð
191 ¿ 201 É 211 Ó 221 Ý 231 ç 241 ñ
192 À 202 Ê 212 Ô 222 Þ 232 è 242 ò
193 Á 203 Ë 213 Õ 223 ß 233 é 243 ó
194 Â 204 Ì 214 Ö 224 à 234 ê 244 ô
195 Ã 205 Í 215 × 225 á 235 ë 245 õ
196 Ä 206 Î 216 Ø 226 â 236 ì 246 ö
197 Å 207 Ï 217 Ù 227 ã 237 í 247 ÷
198 Æ 208 Ð 218 Ú 228 ä 238 î 248 ø
199 Ç 209 Ñ 219 Û 229 å 239 ï 249 ù
 

250 ú 251 û 252 ü 253 ý 254 þ 255 ÿ
To Show This Copy and Paste This Code To Show This Copy and Paste This Code
a <font face="symbol">a</font> b <font face="symbol">b</font>
c <font face="symbol">c</font> d <font face="symbol">d</font>
e <font face="symbol">e</font> f <font face="symbol">f</font>
g <font face="symbol">g</font> h <font face="symbol">h</font>
i <font face="symbol">i</font> j <font face="symbol">j</font>
k <font face="symbol">k</font> l <font face="symbol">l</font>
m <font face="symbol">m</font> n <font face="symbol">n</font>
o <font face="symbol">o</font> p <font face="symbol">p</font>
q <font face="symbol">q</font> r <font face="symbol">r</font>
s <font face="symbol">s</font> t <font face="symbol">t</font>
u <font face="symbol">u</font> v <font face="symbol">v</font>
w <font face="symbol">w</font> x <font face="symbol">x</font>
y <font face="symbol">y</font> z <font face="symbol">z</font>
C <font face="symbol">C</font> D <font face="symbol">D</font>
F <font face="symbol">F</font> G <font face="symbol">G</font>
J <font face="symbol">J</font> L <font face="symbol">L</font>
P <font face="symbol">P</font> Q <font face="symbol">Q</font>
S <font face="symbol">S</font> V <font face="symbol">V</font>
W <font face="symbol">W</font> X <font face="symbol">X</font>
Y <font face="symbol">Y</font> Z <font face="symbol">Z</font>
£ <font face="symbol">&pound;</font> ³ <font face="Symbol">&sup3;</font>
» <font face="symbol">&#187;</font> µ <font face="Symbol">&#181;</font>
º <font face="symbol">º</font> ¹ <font face="Symbol">¹;</font>
¥ <font face="symbol">&yen;</font> @ <font face="Symbol">@</font>
¬ <font face="symbol">&not;</font> ® <font face="Symbol">&reg;</font>
­ <font face="symbol">&shy;</font> ¯ <font face="Symbol">&macr;</font>
· <font face="symbol">&#183;</font> « <font face="Symbol">&laquo;</font>
¢ <font face="symbol">&cent;</font> ² <font face="Symbol">&sup2;</font>

Symbol Copy & Paste
<img src=http://pubs.acs.org/images/entities/cacute.gif>
<img src=http://pubs.acs.org/images/entities/nacute.gif>
<img src=http://pubs.acs.org/images/entities/zacute.gif>
<img src=http://pubs.acs.org/images/entities/Ccaron.gif>
<img src=http://pubs.acs.org/images/entities/ccaron.gif>
<img src=http://pubs.acs.org/images/entities/ycirc.gif>
<img src=http://pubs.acs.org/images/entities/ygrave.gif>
<img src=http://pubs.acs.org/images/entities/omacr.gif>
<img src=http://pubs.acs.org/images/entities/lslashth.gif>
<img src=http://pubs.acs.org/images/entities/dagger.gif>

One way to get symbols for valances of ions is to use commands for subscripts and superscripts:
Fe+++
 

163£
164¤
165¥
166¦
167§
168¨
169©
170ª
171«