The NOBR element stands for NO BReak. This means all the text between
the start and end of the NOBR elements cannot have line breaks inserted between
them. While NOBR is essential for those odd character sequences you really
don't want broken, please be careful; long text strings inside of NOBR elements
can look rather odd.
The WebTV HTML browser prevents line breaks for text or any other flow.
For images, <nobr> tries to scale the images in order to fit them all in
one line. <nobr> will not scale an image below 80% of its original size.
If the series still can't fit on one line after all images are reduced to 80%,
the images will wrap to the next line.
** None **
Cu<SUP>2+</SUP> + 2 IO<SUB>3</SUB><SUP>-</SUP> +
12 H<SUP>+</SUP> + 12 I<SUP>-</SUP>
-> <WBR>CuI<SUB>(s)</SUB> + 6.5 I<SUB>2</SUB> +
Cu2+ + 2 IO3- +
12 H+ + 12 I-
-> CuI(s) + 6.5 I2 +