Add-in for MS Word which makes easier the work with chemical and mathematical formulas and with chemical equations.
Figures specifying the number of atoms in chemical formula are automatically made subscripts, and atom's oxidation figures and ion charges - superscripts. It is possible to insert arrows with frequent reaction conditions or to form your own ones, it also possible to add additional information ((s), (l), (g)) which can be edited.
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