# How to format maths and chemistry formulas with LaTeX | iQualify Support - latex formula chemistry

## LaTeX/Chemical Graphics - Wikibooks, open books for an open world latex formula chemistry

You can use any other font size and the formula will be Open an example of the chemfig package in ShareLaTeX.

This might help you. It boils down to using the package \usepackage[version=4]{ mhchem}. or \usepackage{chemformula}. which then allows you to use, e.g.

chemformula is a package from a much bigger chemistry bundle, used to typeset chemical formulae, equations, and basic.

Yesterday I gave the following tip on TeXtip: Set chemical formulas with math Roman. Example: sulfate is \$mathrm{SO_4^{2-}}\$ TorbjoernT and.

It is possible to display chemical formulae and equations using TeX It is also possible to add mhchem alongside LaTex on the Moodle server.