A package for drawing 2D molecules using the TikZ package.

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Match chemfig arrow with mhchem arrow style

I really need to have all arrows set as the TikZ stealth arrow, or similar, by default for the whole document. The arrow style must be consistent, the length and spacing aren't a real problem. Most of ...
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Aligning Chemical Reaction

In latex i have written 3 different type of reaction and the problem is the middle arrow align according to reactants . Eg. A + B -> C A + B + C -> D I want to align like this A + B ...
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how do I call a function to compute angles in chemfig?

I want to generate chemfig code that instead of having fixed angles allows for some modification of groups of figures in a consistent way. So, I want to write things like the last line below, ...
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I am trying to make these chemical molecules into a nice table

I am writing a organic chemistry report and would like to create a nice table with these two molecules with captions A and B to fit into a lab report ehtyl acetate toluene Here is my code: ...
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How can i write Chemical Equation using Chemfig

i want to ask where i have to write code \chemfig{A*5(-B=C-D-E=)} so that it will produce output as chemical Equation. same as : https://www.sharelatex.com/project/56a9a475a56d800704791d83
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Real-time editor(whiteboard) using Latex Editor

After studying tex for more then 3 weeks, I am still wondering, how can I create a real-time editor(whiteboard) to prepare notes with complex structure. Suppose I am having dictionary of latex symbols ...
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Enzyme Kinetic chemfig

I got problem using chemfig to draw chemistry as shown in Figure, Can one help?
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LibreOffice + TeXmath on Using Chemfig

With the LaTeX example \documentclass{article} \usepackage{chemfig} \usetikzlibrary{arrows.meta} \tikzset{ elmove/.style={-{Stealth[#1]},shorten >=3pt,shorten <=2pt} } \begin{document} ...
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Saving Chemfig submolecules in a separate file, to be recovered into beamer

Please consider the following code \documentclass[t]{beamer} \usepackage{chemfig} \begin{document} \begin{frame} \frametitle{1st frame} \definesubmol{x}{-[:+30,.6]-[:-30,.6]} ...