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CTAN update: chemmacros

Date: January 17, 2022 9:17:44 PM CET
Clemens Niederberger submitted an update to the chemmacros package. Version number: 6.0 2022-01-16 License type: lppl1.3c Summary description: A collection of macros to support typesetting chemistry documents Announcement text:
- merge modules into on file - drop compatibility mode - add `reactants` module, thanks to @Sonja-K who wrote the module and its section in the manual - fix issue #42 (incorrect counter formatting in the list of schemes in some cases) - use LaTeX's new hook mechanism - get rid of `scrlfile` dependency - update to `l3text` - rename `\Torr` ->` \torr` - new iupac command `\normal` - resolve issue #45 (incorrect formatting of CIP locants) - adapt to `siunitx` v3.0, implement units that have been removed from `siunitx`, thanks to @Sonja-K - add Danish translations - new `translations` module, move all translation declarations there
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Thanks for the upload. For the CTAN Team Ina Dau --

chemmacros – A collection of macros to support typesetting chemistry documents

The bundle offers a collection of macros and commands which are intended to make typesetting chemistry documents faster and more convenient. Coverage includes some nomenclature commands, oxidation numbers, thermodynamic data, newman projections, etc.

The package relies on the following supporting packages:

  • chemformula, providing a command for typesetting chemical formulae and reactions (doing a similar task to that of mhchem);
  • chemgreek, offering support for use of greek letters; and
  • ghsystem, providing for the UN globally harmonised chemical notation.

The packages are written using current versions of the experimental 3 coding conventions and the 3 support packages.

Copyright2011–2021 Clemens Niederberger
2022 Clemens Niederberger and Sonja K.
MaintainerClemens Niederberger



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