[texhax] Chemical equations in LaTeX
Simmie, John
john.simmie at nuigalway.ie
Sun Jun 21 12:02:25 CEST 2009
Arvind
Yes, there is. Simply hack the equation environment and define a new
chemeqn environment ...
Normally in a thesis you want to refer to reaction (x) and you rarely
need chapter reference as in equation (3.2), that is, the second eqn in
chapter 2 .... that is one big advantage of separating mathematical and
chemical equations
Emeritus Professor John Simmie::Combustion Chemistry Centre::National
University of Ireland, Galway
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Subject: [texhax] Chemical reactions in Latex
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Hi to all,
I am writing my thesis in Latex, and I have lot of equation.
But along with this I have several chemical reactions and I want to use
different numbering system for the chemical reactions.
For an example my first equation is
\begin{subequations}
\label{1st_equ}
\begin{align}
\dot{X} &= P+Q \\
\dot{Y} &= Q^2 \\
\end{align}
\end{subequations}
After that I am writing the chemical reactions
\begin{subequations}
\label{1st_reaction}
\begin{align}
A+B &\rightarrow C \\
C+D &\rightarrow A+E \\
\end{align}
\end{subequations}
In the output the reactions are numbered as continuation of equation,
But I
want to give reactions a different numbering.
I have tried to use \tag{number} and he mhchem Bundle for chemical
reactions too. In case of \tag{number} I have to keep track of all
reaction
numbers and give reaction number manually and in mhchem bundle have no
such
function.
Is there any way out ??
Thanks
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Regards
Arvind Singh Mer
"Just because I don't care, doesn't mean I don't understand."
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