a program that allows me to write chemistry reactions to calculate because I do not feel like using a pencil and paper

chemistry problem
2H2+02 ->2H20

2 hydrogen 2 plus oxygen 2 = 2 water

online editor or program on windows 7 allow chemistry subscript or superscript

How without using html and without viewing output on another file
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rgb192Asked:
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
What about Equation Editor built into Word (Insert Tab on the ribbon). Here is some additional reference material below.

https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Where-is-Equation-Editor-6eac7d71-3c74-437b-80d3-c7dea24fdf3f
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themrrobertCommented:
Try lyx  www.lyx.org
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Paul SauvéRetiredCommented:
I did this with LibreOffice (FREE) but cannot open in Word :-( ...you can install from here: https://www.libreoffice.org/
H2O.odt
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NVITCommented:
Here's a crude solution using psexec. Not exactly what you want but has all the data:

1. Make a stns.txt file containing names of stations. e.g.
stn1
stn2

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2. Make a .bat of this. Results are sent to file test.txt:

for /f %%a in (stns.txt) do psexec \\%%a cmd /c (echo %%computername%%& net localgroup administrators >>test.txt)

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stns.txt
STN1
Alias name     administrators
Comment        Administrators have complete and unrestricted access to the computer/domain

Members

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Administrator
masterofstn2
DOMAIN\Domain Admins
The command completed successfully.

STN2
Alias name     administrators
Comment        Administrators have complete and unrestricted access to the computer/domain

Members

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Administrator
masterofstn2
DOMAIN\Domain Admins
The command completed successfully.

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Saqib Husain, SyedEngineerCommented:
How about Google Docs  on Google drive?
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NVITCommented:
All,

Sorry for the mispost on ID: 41140107
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Mal OsborneAlpha GeekCommented:
For complex stuff, you need a TeX editor. Below is a list to get you started.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_TeX_editors
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rgb192Author Commented:
My goal is to do chemistry math not to create an html page to show results.
So I am looking to use 1 editor.
So using 2 programs does not work for me. This includes saving one file to open another.
Here's a crude solution using psexec. Not exactly what you want but has all the data:

For complex stuff, you need a TeX editor. Below is a list to get you started.
I see the word 'TeX' many times
TeXOpen
TeXShop
...
Which one?

How about Google Docs  on Google drive?
Does this work? How? Do you have screenshot because I tried google docs?


I did this with LibreOffice (FREE) but cannot open in Word :-( ...you can install from here: https://www.libreoffice.org/
I opened in word and I saw the result but do not know how to create.

Try lyx  www.lyx.org
I downloaded but can not find the chemistry feature.



I do not understand how to do the 2 answers using word
What about Equation Editor built into Word (Insert Tab on the ribbon). Here is some additional reference material below.

https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Where-is-Equation-Editor-6eac7d71-3c74-437b-80d3-c7dea24fdf3f

https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Make-text-superscript-or-subscript-b84cd1e2-1e13-412e-ad43-1fc183827321?CorrelationId=7201ecb3-9082-47fe-9cd6-a8e2299a2940&ui=en-US&rs=en-US&ad=US
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Paul SauvéRetiredCommented:
I opened in word and I saw the result but do not know how to create.

Well, if you have Word, then the best answer on how to use the equation editor, as John Hurst  said above (id. 41139666):
What about Equation Editor built into Word (Insert Tab on the ribbon). Here is some additional reference material below.
https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Where-is-Equation-Editor-6eac7d71-3c74-437b-80d3-c7dea24fdf3f

i.e. Insert tab ―> EquationEquation editor
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rgb192Author Commented:
This one answer allowed me to write H2O by my self. So I think it is the most complete and detailed answer.
Thanks everyone.
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