Chemical / Molecular Formula Styles

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Chemical / Molecular Formula Styles

Postby sjlukacs » Thu Nov 22, 2012 12:33 pm

hello one and all,

i need help. i have been using Mathematica for pchm and it is wonderful for helping the students not get bogged down in integrations and differentials. i also use it to typeset my lectures out and it is pretty good. but i am having difficulty with molecular formulas.

everytime i do a subscript like H2O, subscript 2, it turns into an inline display formula and turns the font into italic and the spacing gets all wrong. it makes me crazy because it looks so off.

i can not figure out how to change it and make it right. suggestions, please.

thank you in advance. lucas
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