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

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Electron movement between compounds in reaction schemes

I tried to draw some reaction schemes with some electron movements using the chemfig macros. Problem is: I can draw every electron movement but in schemes only inside a certain compound of the ...
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Using the mhchem and chemfig packages in conjunction

I am trying to write a chemical reaction in which I want to include a chemical structure. I am having some trouble regarding alignment and bond length. Here is a minimal working example: ...
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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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How can I draw a Proton Sponge?

This is known as a Proton Sponge, or 1,8-Bis(dimethylamino)naphthalene. How do I draw this using the chemfig package?
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Aligning labels of chemical reaction

how do I do this: so far I have: \begin{center} \schemestart \chemfig{CH_3Cl} \chemsign{+} \chembelow[.25ex]{\chemfig{Si(Cu)}}{Silicon/CopperAlloy} \chemrel{->} ...
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increase zorder in chemfig+tikz

I have a chemfig structure where I want to highlight certain positions by drawing a simple circle at the atom site. This works so far, but I would also like to have the new nodes on top of the ...
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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]} ...
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Numbering of equations in chemfig

This might be a stupid question, but how do I number my equations in chemfig? I've drawn this rather complicated equation in chemfig, but I have no idea how to number it. I was hoping to have it ...