Valid options are the following :

-h outputs a *H*elp message. -m outputs a *M*inimal output. It allows chemeq to be idempotent, i.e. the command 'chemeq | chemeq' is equivalent to 'chemeq'. -l outputs a *L*aTeX string representing the chemical equation. -c outputs a message giving informations about the *C*onservation of elements and charges in the equation. 'OK' means that both elements and electric charges are balanced. -w outputs the LaTeX string representing the Gulder-*W*aage equation related to the input chemical equation, or the Nernst equation, if the input equation is a redox semi-equation. -n outputs a *N*ormalized string accounting for the input equation. Two chemical equations having the same normalized string are chemically equivalent, even if the molecules are scrambled around and the coefficient are not equal but proportionnal. 'chemeq' defaults to 'chemeq -mlcwn'. |

Georges Khaznadar Last modified: Tue May 21 14:39:09 CEST 2002