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chemfig: reaction above arrow

I want to typeset a small reaction above a reaction arrow inside a scheme. Putting a \subscheme{} into the first of argument of \arrow unfortunately breaks the layout. Should I just try to position ...
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Bug in \arrow label?

I am trying to scale a molecule which I have as a label over an arrow in a reaction. For some reason, it seems I can't do it and I always get the following error: Argument of \CF@chemfig@i has an ...
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How do we mirror a reversible reaction arrow in chemfig

In Chemfig, the reversible reactions are represented with a double harpoon. The top one goes from the left to the right, the bottom from the right to the left. One can rotate this double arrow. But I ...
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435 views

Drawing Benzene resonance mechanism, and reaction mechanism + curly arrows

I am new to LaTeX and there are few things at which I am stuck. I can draw benzene with alternate double bonds but I don't know how to draw curly arrows to show bond shifting and electrophile attack. ...
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Anchor point seems incorrect for Chemfig package

I'm trying to use chemfig to draw a basic schematic for enzymatic browning and have encountered a problem. In the bottom reaction (bottom right to bottom left) quinone is formed by the enzyme (denoted ...
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Forked arrows with chemfig

How can one make a forked arrow in chemfig? Semantically it is exactly opposite to \merge command but seems like it's not implemented in a package. I don't have any experience with TikZ graphics but ...
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Two arrows in a row in chemfig

I have a problem drawing two arrows in a row in chemfig. I need : A->->B but when I place two arrows, I get a space between them which I don't need: A-> ->B How to fix that? Any help is ...
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291 views

Chemfig, TikZ, circle diagram

I have a problem with drawing such a complex diagram in using Chemfig (a picture of diagram should be attached) . The Chemfig manual describes how to draw curved and U-type arrows but all my attempts ...
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643 views

Easy way to write below arrow (\arrow{-U>}) in chemfig?

I have been using chemfig for a while and I like it very much. But some small things I still can't do. Check this example: \schemestart ...
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How can I get Lewis-like structures + illustrate electron transfer

I know about the existence of packages that allow Lewis structures but that is not the question. The question is how to illustrate radical reactions as depicted below. The solution would ideally be ...