myChemistry

chemistry, typesetting and LaTeX

May 19, 2013
by cgnieder
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About footnotes

You all know how easy it is to add footnotes in LaTeX. Most times it is as easy as calling \footnote{This is the footnote.}. Typographically the result often is not very pleasing, though. Let’s look at the following small example:

February 17, 2013
by cgnieder
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Is this going …

… to be my next package? \documentclass{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{libertine} \usepackage{elektrochemie} \begin{document} \setechemie{   membrane ,   electrodes = {Cu}{Zn} ,   anode-color = {red!20} ,   electrolyte-color = {blue!5} }

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\end{document}