Remarkably low condensation temperature
Remarkably-low condensation temperature?
The focus of remarkable is that it is such a low temperature. We are having an office disagreement and any help is much appreciated.
The wikipedia entry backs up what the style guide I use says:
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No hyphen is needed. It is fine as it is.
However, such a sentence structure/ construction is not for technical writing:
That will be easier on the reader.
[Not that you will not come across complicated/ ambiguous writing in techLit. Just avoid it.]
The Associated Press Stylebook says this about hyphens with compound modifiers:
Even if you were not to agree with the AP style in this case, ask yourself what else (besides low) the word remarkably would modify. If there is no ambiguity, the hyphen is not needed.