While working on chemmacros I found I wanted to use some functionality which is currently provided by the package bohr. But since I only wanted part of the functionality I realised that the same was true for bohr: it needed the functionality but wasn’t originally designed to provide it. It …
I have written a series of blog posts about chemistry and LaTeX in the German blog TeXwelt.de. The series covers the basics with chemmacros, reactions and formulae with chemformula and mhchem, skeletal formulae with chemfig, safety data, numbering of compounds, and special kinds of diagrams.
In one of the last posts I told you about my bohr package. In a comment the question came up how to draw Bohr models of atoms in an excited state.
Sometimes things go fast. This weekend a question on TeX.sx popped about how to create Bohr models with LaTeX.