[texhax] Importing chemical structures

Christopher Olah christopherolah.co at gmail.com
Sun Nov 15 07:25:14 CET 2009

I don't know much about this, but you may want to look at tikz. When I
was reading through the manual they gave an example of typesetting a
hydrocarbon and it was _really_ easy in comparison to similar thing's
I'd previously seen...

  pg 189

On Sat, Nov 14, 2009 at 6:42 AM, Simmie, John <john.simmie at nuigalway.ie> wrote:
> Query from Demyan Prokopchuk ...
> It is straightforward to import structures as EPS files into LaTeX from
> ChemDraw, IsisDraw etc
> and chemical journals often require that graphic files be submitted
> separately as EPSs anyway
> so it's not all bad.  One does lose the facility of directly editing the
> structures but it
> is a small price to pay and certainly a better way to go than via the
> various "chemical texes"
> which are way too clumsy for synthetic and other kinds of chemists.
> Emeritus Professor John Simmie::Combustion Chemistry Centre::National
> University of Ireland, Galway
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Christopher Olah
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