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In science, a subscript is a number, character or symbol positioned next to and a little below another character. In chemistry, subscripts on the left are used to display the atomic number of an element, indicating the number of protons in an isotope.

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A one-year subscription to "Country Living" is $15 as of March 2015. This price provides a savings of 67 percent off the newstand cover price. A two-year subscription to "Country Living" is $25, which saves 72 percent.

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Many online and print periodicals, such as the New York Times and Washington Post, allow online subscription cancellations on their websites. Each type of online periodical has a different cancellation policy, and many provide multiple means to cancel a subscription, su...

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A journal subscription is a business arrangement between a journal or magazine publisher and an individual who wants to read issues of the journal. The subscriber pays a fee that entitles that person to receive all issues of the journal published during the subscription...

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"Outdoor Life," "Field and Stream," and "Family Fun" are all magazines that offer free subscriptions. Many magazine publishing's offer one to two-year free subscriptions to new customers through their websites.

www.reference.com/article/subscript-chemistry-86818622622fcfeb

In a molecular formula, a subscript is written immediately after the letter denoting an element and refers to the amount of atoms that element has. A molecular formula, or empirical formula, is noted as a series of letters and numbers that represent a compound, or a mol...

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Cats have been the favorite pet in the United States since 1987, when the species overtook dogs, and, as of 2015, there are currently around 500 million domestic cats in the world. A group of adult cats is called a clowder, and a group of kittens is called a kindle. Cat...