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I was integrating a function and got something essentially like

E^(mu beta) * (1/beta)

There beta is defined as 1/(kT). I want to display the entire expression as

E^(mu beta) * (k T)

Is there a non-manual way to do that?

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One useful trick is to precede the rule with an identity rule matching the part that you don't want to change. For example

E^(mu beta)*(1/beta) /. {u : mu beta -> u, beta -> 1/(k T)}
(* E^(beta mu) k T *)

This is obviously more useful in dealing with larger expressions

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