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How do you make the oxidation number center itself in the center of each chemical element? If you take a closer look at the chemmacros package, the oxidation number is moved slightly to the left.
How can you use this for multiple oxidation number assigning on the same molecule but on a different atom ?
I'm not sure I understand what you mean...
oxidation numbers of more than one atom in the same molecule. For example H and O in water
Yo can just use the
\oxcommand repeatedly. Or do you want the numbers in a structural formula? In the latter case I'd use chemfig.
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