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As in mhchem answer, use \ce{CO2} to get the right formatting. If you want to get your "List of Abbreviations" printed, load the glossaries package with the option acronym \usepackage[acronym]{glossaries} % Load the package and define your entries as acronyms before \begin{document}, e.g. \newacronym{co2}{\ce{CO2}}{Carbon Dioxide} MWE: ...

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Use the \acrlong command if you want the long (full) text of anacronym, you defined. Here's a howto page for the glossaries package: sharelatex.com

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You can use \nompreamble to add some thing between title and the actual entries. For example, \renewcommand{\nompreamble}{% This is some additional text\par \begin{tabular}{ll}\hline Some text & Some again\\ Some text & Some again\\\hline \end{tabular} } Here is the code: \documentclass[twoside,ngerman,fontsize=10pt]{scrreprt} ...

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A while ago I ran into this issue in a different context. Searching for answers, Stephen's suggestion is the one which I ended up using. morewrites enables more new writes.

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I would do this: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[titletoc,title]{appendix} \usepackage[nopostdot,nonumberlist,numberedsection]{glossaries} \setacronymstyle{long-short} \loadglsentries{example-glossaries-brief.tex} \makenoidxglossaries \begin{document} \glsaddall \begin{appendices} \printnoidxglossary \end{appendices} \end{document}

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Using the document above (and replacing the class by scrbook for lazyness) I compile by hand on a Linux terminal this way (one can glue the several commands with a ; of course in bash): pdflatex TesisDeGrado.tex makeglossaries TesisDeGrado makeindex -s TesisDeGrado.ist -o TesisDeGrado.glo TesisDeGrado.gls pdflatex TesisDeGrado.tex This ...

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This is a first step towards your answer. To get the chemical symbols, use this \documentclass{article} \usepackage{glossaries} % Load the package %\makeglossaries % Prepare the glossary \usepackage[version=3]{mhchem} \begin{document} \newglossaryentry{co2}{name={\ce{CO2}}, description={Carbon Dioxide}} Calculation of the corresponding \gls{co2} emissions ...

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With glossaries 4.14, released not long after the question was posted, it is possible to ignore acronyms and glossary items that are only used once, with the results exactly as requested above. The example above converts to the following: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{glossaries} \makeglossaries \glsenableentrycount \newacronym{ANO}{ANO}{Acronym ...

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It seems that grouping does not work properly with tabular styles with glossary-creation 'Option 1'. If you use \makeglossaries with the makeglossaries script, it works fine. Or, if you use a list style, it works fine. I am not sure if this is a bug or a recognised limitation. Here is an example with the makeglossaries script: \documentclass{article} ...

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