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How was the chemical equation created that can be seen in the website header (picture) next to the big {TeX}-sign (left) and below the sindarin(?) part?

I assume this was done using TeX somehow (wild guess :D), but I would really like to know whether it was done manually (if this is even possible) or which macro package was used, as it looks really neat.

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    Because this question is about (La)TeX and not the TeX.SX site itself, even if it is referenced, it belongs on the main site. I will migrate it there. Then the issue with the forced tag disappears as well. – Martin Scharrer Jun 29 '11 at 13:25
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    This has been more or less answered (indirectly) here – Seamus Jun 29 '11 at 13:30
  • @Martin: Oh, ok. I thought it belongs into the meta section, sorry. – Lustique Jun 29 '11 at 13:36
  • @Seamus: Thanks, I should have searched a little harder I guess. – Lustique Jun 29 '11 at 13:38
  • No problem. This case is a little confusing. :-) – Martin Scharrer Jun 29 '11 at 13:38
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According to this answer, the code comes from TeXample.net.

There are easier ways to do this, though.

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