I have been searching for the past hour (approximately) for solutions to two problems with LaTeX, and I have found solutions for one problem or another, but haven't been able to find the solution for both.
My goal is to vertically AND horizontally align a group of equations. Each row of equations has two columns and there are a total of six rows. I also used subequations, which allowed me to vertically align the equations (i.e. 3a, 3b, 3c, etc.) however doing that did not permit me to horizontally align my equations. What I am trying to accomplish is get the space that is seen below between the equations as well as getting 3a, 3b, 3c, etc.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!
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nomargfan661 wrote:[…] I have been searching for the past hour (approximately) for solutions to two problems with LaTeX, and I have found solutions for one problem or another, but haven't been able to find the solution for both.[…]
That is difficult to imagine since this is a FAQ.
eqnarray! In the meantime it should got around that this environment is better replaced by those from amsmath. This package also provides the
subequationsenvironment which formats the numbering as desired.
But I think that you need a bit more than the alignment for equations and an appropriate sub-numbering.
- Chemical compounds can be typeset by
chemformulafrom the chemmacros bundle.
- For physical quantities it is suggestive to use siunitx.
All these suggestions in form of code look like this.
For details and more possibilities for customization please have a look at the manuals of the involved packages.
Best regards and welcome to the board
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