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I need to draw the chemical structure of Bisphenol A as shown on this page:


I've also found this presentation how to do it:


Kindly help me with some guidance.

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closed as off-topic by egreg, clemens, Jake, mafp, Peter Jansson Nov 21 '13 at 21:36

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Ah, but wouldn't you rather learn how to do it yourself? Give a man a fish, and all that? – Jake Nov 21 '13 at 19:55
Now that's a bit cheeky... – Jubobs Nov 21 '13 at 19:59
Reading the »chemfig« manual and taking a look at the mentioned presentation will certainly not be a waste of time. – Thorsten Donig Nov 21 '13 at 20:09
No Downvote Comment (Be Polite): when will you growup to do yourself in 30 or less seconds unless you take it as a challenge and practice. Only polite statement was "Thank you very much" in Q – texenthusiast Nov 21 '13 at 21:11
I have edited to tone down your rude language. may you are new here, Please in future, don't assume anything , be polite and make your effort to help us better. Upvoting now. – texenthusiast Nov 21 '13 at 21:24
up vote 16 down vote accepted

Here are the fish you wanted, that I caught with texdoc chemfig.

\chemfig[line width=1pt]

Now your turn to fetch the cane.

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You're really supporting questions stating »my [...] question, which is a result of lazyness: [...] Since somebody of you will certainly be able to do this in 30 seconds, I thought I would ask you rather than wasting another hour on it.«? – clemens Nov 21 '13 at 20:28
@cgnieder I don't see a problem with Fran's philosophical approach. If you think the OP showed no effort, but that Fran's answer does show quality, then upvote Fran and not the OP. – Steven B. Segletes Nov 21 '13 at 20:37
@PrzemysławScherwentke then they can ask a question about how to open a ring with an MWE of what they've tried and where they've failed... – clemens Nov 21 '13 at 20:37
@StevenB.Segletes what philosophical approach? The OP said “please do this for me because I'm lazy” and Fran did... – clemens Nov 21 '13 at 20:40
@cgneider, I understand your position. I also was reluctant to answer because of how the question was posed, but called for a fairly simple example, not something like the ivermectin. Sometimes a small example is rather more useful than a great handbook at the start, even just to lose the fear of the bull. Moreover, the important thing is that the answer may also help to others. – Fran Nov 21 '13 at 21:31

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