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There is a space between the value and the unit - I think a nbsp should do. I'm not sure about the "Ah" case. It's A times h, so it should be written with space "A h" (or with dot, "A·h") according to the text below; but "Ah" feels ok to me. For combining a unit with a prefix, there is no space between them - it is "2 km" for metres with the prefix kilo. ...
I almost always adjust it manually, even in preformatted headlines in our newspaper. Most fonts just aren't built to handle larger sizes and sometimes I feel like font designers spend far too little time on character spacing. No matter, I've got option+left/right ... I try to talk about some of these things at http://drpgraphicdesign.com/blog/ but, I get ...
If you're using Illustrator as part of a Creative Cloud account, consider using InDesign rather than Illustrator. InDesign has tools specifically for kerning and moving your work between programs is just like moving between Illustrator and Photoshop. I hope this helps a little atleast! SKEUE
There is always kerning issues when you display text on large sizes. You need to kern it manually. I suggest that you begin with the most difficult pair, in this case RL and and continue by adjusting all the other pairs until you achieve balance.
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