Discussion in 'Site Feedback & News' started by Mick West, Jul 6, 2011.

Code:
```[tex]E= mc^2[tex]
```
And it will come out like:

$E= mc^2$

Hmm, I added it to try to get support for chemical equations. But it seems you can just cut and paste them directly from wikipedia.

Equation for burning jet fuel:

C12H26(l) + 37/2 O2(g) → 12 CO2(g) + 13 H2O(g); H˚ = -7513 kJ

3. ### MikeCSenior Member

Nice....but I have to admit I was perplexed when I read the title....

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4. ### Ross MarsdenSenior Member

Ooooh! I love the smell of latex in the morning.
j/k

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6. ### NoPartySenior Member

Watch it, smart guy! Besides, those with LaTeX sensitivity will just access the PolyUreThAne alternative, as usual...

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