xymtex – Typesetting chemical structures
XyMTeX is a set of packages for drawing a wide variety of chemical structural formulas in a way that reflects their structure. The package provides three output modes: ‘LaTeX’, ‘PostScript’ and ‘PDF’.
XyMTeX’s commands have a systematic set of arguments for specifying substituents and their positions, endocyclic double bonds, and bond patterns. In some cases there are additional arguments for specifying hetero-atoms on the vertices of heterocycles. It is believed that this systematic design allows XyMTeX to operate as a practical (device-independent) tool for use with LaTeX.
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|Copyright||1993–2005,2009,2010,2013 Shinsaku Fujita
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|MiKTeX as xymtex|
chemistry document support
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