EquPixy 3.0

(Equation pixy)

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Chemical equations
Mathematical formulas
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Description

The EquPixy 3.0 add-in for Microsoft Word will help you to work with mathematical and chemical formulas and equations. Its functions allow converting mathematical formulas written in one line into a formula with rigorous numerals, denominations, radicals, degrees with only one key stroke. 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. 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. 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. Other useful functions are also available. For example, the generation of an arrow with indication of reaction conditions, etc. The toolbar has point-and-click access keys for the most frequently used letters of the Greek Alphabet and mathematical symbols. This add-in will benefit pupils and students.

  1. The formation of an arrow with a special reaction conditions.
  2. The formation of an mathematical formula.
  3. 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.
  4. Checking the validity of chemical equations for the required number of elements on their right and left sides.
  5. To write a chemical elements.
  6. Options.
  7. Editing.

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

                    

Chemical equations

2NaNO3 + (NH4)2SO4 → Na2SO4 + 2N2O + 4H2O


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 <=[>1000C]=> 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.


The result depends on the font name.
Good result in fonts: Times New Roman, Arial, and others.
Bad result in fonts: Calibri, and others.

Mathematical formulas

14/7 + 3/7 = 17/7


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

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