> Some of these characters are quite common in modern life (e.g., "oxygen" is
> certainly written somewhere in all Chinese hospitals), so it would surprise
> me if they are not in Unicode.
And the ideographs for the elemental gasses, too, are encoded:
O 6C27 Oxygen (yang3).
> I cannot check now if these characters are included in Unicode as I don't
> have TUS handy in this moment.
http://www.unicode.org/unicode/uni2book/u2.html (The Online Edition)
http://www.unicode.org/charts/draftunicode31/ (for CJK Extension B, etc.)
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