- The formation of an arrow with a special reaction conditions.
- The formation of an mathematical formula.
- The figures that designate the number of atoms in chemical formulas are automatically converted into subscripts, and the ion charge numbers and atom oxidation degrees are converted into superscripts.
- Checking the validity of chemical equations for the required number of elements on their right and left sides.
- To write a chemical elements.
- Options.
- Editing.

- Pause before lower case letter.
- Repeat.
- Ion charges and oxidation numbers of atoms.
- The replacement of "=" (→ èëè ↔).
- Reduction of the text size above the arrow.

H2O = H[+ + OH[-

Cu[2+ + 2e[- = Cu[0 or Cu[++ + 2e[- = Cu[0

2K[+Br[- + Cl[0]2 = Br[0]2 + 2K[+Cl[-

4Fe[+2S[-]2 + 11O[0]2 = 2Fe[+3]2O[-2]3 + 8S[+4O[-2]2

Na2CO3*10H2O

The function of writing a capital or lowercase letter depending on the length of pushing down the keyboard key is available for writing chemical elements; if you push down and immediately release the key, a capital letter is written, if you push down the key and hold it for a second a lowercase letter is written.

2CO + O2 =[MnO2/CuO]=> 2CO2

2H2O <=[>1000°C]=> 2H2 + O2

C2H5NH2 =[C2H5Br]=>[(C2H5)2NH2][+]Br[- =[NH3][-NH4Br]=>(C2H5)2NH

The EquPixy add-in has the ability of checking the validity of chemical equations for the required number of elements on their right and left sides.

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I=ε/R+r

S=a+b/2 * h

S=π*d2/4

A formula can be formatted as a plain text.

Sc=1/2 R2α

V=1/3 πR2 h

(a+-b)2=a2+-2ab+b2

a3+-b3=(a+-b)(a2-+ab+b2)

a^-1=1/a

a^-n=1/a^n

a^m * a^n =a^m+n

(a*b)^n = a^n * b^n

(a^m)^n=a^m*n

a^m/a^n=a^m-n

(a//b)^n=a^n/b^n

E=1/4πε0 * Q/r^2

1/R=1/R1 + 1/R2^

υ=+- C(t)-C(t0)/t-t0^

K=[H^+][OH^-]/H2O ;

F=k |q1|*|q2|/r^2 ;

C=AMFmnη/(H^2 (V1ΔT)^1//3)

r(υ, T)=2πυ^2/c^2 * hυ/(e^hυ//kT -1)

S=√p(p-a)(p-b)(p-c)

c=√a2+b2

c=2√a2+b2

a^(1//n)=n√a

n√a*b=n√a * n√b

√(a+c/b)=√a+c/√b

n√m√a=n*m√a

a^(m//n)=n√a^m=(n√a)^m

sin2α+cos2α=1

tgα=sinα/cosα

1+tg2α=1/cos2α

sinα=+- √1-cos2α=+-tgα/√1+tg2α=+-1/√1+ctg2α

tg(α+-β)=tgα+-tgβ/1-+tgα*tgβ

tg α/2=+- √(1-cosα/1+cosα)

(i=1;n)Σi=1+2+3+...+n=n(n+1)/2

A=;Σpj*ΔVj

Select "j", press Ctrl+= :

Press F9 :

Xj=υj/;Συi ;

(n=0;∞)Σ(1/n2)=π2/6

(k=0;∞)Σ((f^(k) (a))/k!) (x-a)^k

∫(x*dx/s3)=- 1/s

A=V1;V2∫p*dV^

0;∞∫e^-ax dx=1/a

A=0;υ0∫(m*υ*dυ/(1-(υ//c)^2)^3//2)

V=Q/4πKabc ∫∫∫(dS/(√x2+y2+z2 √(x2/a4 + y2/b4 + z2/c4)))

N!=(N=1;10)ΠN=1*2*3*4*...*10

π/2=(n=1;∞)Π(4n2/4n2-1)

sf(n)=(k=1;n)Πk^n-k+1=1^n * 2^n-1 * 3^n-2 * ... * (n-1)^2 * n^1

The add-in does not work in 64-bit version of MS Word. If you really need it, then use the 32-bit version of MS Word (x86). Even the newest MS Office has 32-bit versions.

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