Format chemical equations instantly with ChemFormatter
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Techniques: chemical reactions, journal article writing
Field(s): Chemistry, Biochemistry
Submitted by: Genius Lab Gear Staff
A chemist and programmer created a totally free and handy Microsoft Word plugin called ChemFormatter to instantly format your chemical equations complete with stoichiometry subscripts, charge superscripts and other hard-to-find symbols!
I used this chemistry equation writer for all of my thesis writing and journal article submissions and it saves tons of time from tedious formula editing. Just be careful that it may unintentionally format some trade names that contain numbers because it thinks they are chemical formulae.
Just drop your email here to stay updated on our newest resources and launches, then we'll give you the download link to install it, then follow the instructions below. We didn't invent this, we just found it buried in coding archives and wanted share it with all of you!
How to use the chemistry equation writer plug-in for Word:
Here's how to activate the chemistry equation auto formatter plug-in:
Once you've downloaded and installed the plug-in, go to your Options menu and select "Add-ins" then on the "COM Add-ins" hit "GO". It should show up in your ribbon under "Add-ins" after restarting Word.