Chemistry and Physics questions with equations and algebraic forms can be authored as math questions.
Here is an example of a basic chemical equation in preview mode:
Note the use of the equals sign and the error in the quantities.
The correct answer:
In a future enhancement, we will also support the arrow and other special symbols that are commonly used in chemistry and physics. For example, in the full keypad:
For dynamic parameters, we only support one character parameters, e.g. @x, @a, @m, but you can implement chemical formulas with the keyboard as follows:
^ for superscript.
- TAB to move to the next
- Cursor/Mouse clicks to navigate
- arrow keys
For clean interpretation of the dynamic parameters, you should leave a blank space after the parameters, such as @x