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Missing chemical sub- and super-scripts in html file compiled with htlatex

Current problem is typesetting with the chemical packages. As would be expected, the PDF is produced without any problems but distinct issues arise with the html production using tex4ht. The HTML ...
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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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Typesetting molecular transition lines, like CO 5-4

The mhchem lets me typeset molecules. But, I do not know how to properly typeset the energy levels important in spectroscopy. For example, in this paper, section 2.1, we find the following: ...
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Package for professional writing of electron configurations?

I am writing a paper that deals partly with X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS). XPS results are usually described with the respective elements and the electron configuration of the measured ...
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Problem with mhchem subscript and superscript alignement

In the mhchem package, there is an example of writing CrO42- with the command \ce{CrO4^2-} which produce a formula where the 2- is not aligned with the 4, which is exactly what I want to reproduce. ...