What is the simplest way to represent a reaction network using LaTeX? An example of a reaction network is shown below:

A chemical reaction network.

  • Maybe \xymatrix? Jan 31, 2016 at 22:33

1 Answer 1


chemfig can do this:

    \subscheme{B + E}
    \subscheme{A + C}

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