[texhax] Chemistry molecular structures

Luís Vitório Cargnini cargnini at matrix.com.br
Sun Feb 29 05:49:49 CET 2004

Thanks douglas i used some protein examples (desoxyribonucliec acid) and try to center using \begin{center}... but it
doesn't work, so have to exist some command like \centering to put the molecular strtuce centered in the page, at all
thanks really thank sby your answer, about your time don't worry this is a group list nobody has the obligation to do
something, a simple help is trtmendous (docs, tutorials and etc).

On Sat, 28 Feb 2004 16:11:33 -0500
doug waud <douglas.waud at umassmed.edu> wrote:

> Hi
> Nobody seems to be responding to your query so I'll take a stab at it. 
> Warning, I have not used the ppchtex package so the following is just
> from a bit of reading. :-)
> Luís Vitório Cargnini wrote:
> The Latex Graphics Companion by Goossens, Rahtz, and Mittelbach, on
> pages 228 to 228 discusses the ppchtex package. There is also a manual
> at
> http://www.frontiernet.net/~cdm/age1.html 
> > how to center an molecular display ?
> That seems straightforward. The first thing I would try would be to put
> it between a \begin{center} and \end{center}.
> AS to the details of the \chemical parameters, I would start with
> something like
> 	\chemical[SIX,B1,B2,B3,B4,B5,B6]
> which should give a plain 6-membered ring. I would then try
> 	\chemical[SIX,B1..6]
> which should do the same. I would then try
> 	\chemical[SIX,B1..B6][CH_3]
> which I would expect to add a methyl group. I would then continue
> stepwise until I got the feel of what happens. (I got those first three
> examples from Goossens et al, pages 23 and 24.
> (I could not try these out since SuSE decided not to supply
> m-chemic.sty  :-(  and I am a tad short on time.)
> Hope this helps you get started.
> doug
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Thanks && Regards
Luís Vitório Cargnini
Master Degree Student @ PUC-RS
Computer Science Bacharelor
Pontifícia Universidade Católica - Rio Grande do Sul
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