How to use subscript in textBlock

Is there any easy way to get subscript into a textBlock? For example a way to simplify the following to only use one textBlock instead of 3 and also be less brittle?

I was able to type a subscript 2 directly into the text string using the macOS emoji keyboard


Note that the subscript was clipped off at the bottom with resizeToFit={true} so I set the height to 20 to fix it.

On macOS you can popup the emoji keyboard using Ctrl+Cmd+Space and then search for “subscript” to show all the possible subscript values.

On Windows you can use the Character Map app.

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