Today is Danish physicist Niels Bohr‘s 127th Birthday (cf. today’s Google Doodle). Did you know you can use LaTeX and TikZ to draw Bohr models and other molecular illustrations? This post from stackexchange has some great examples, as well as the code for the “bohr” package that makes it happen (“bohr.sty” — code inline in the stackexchange thread).
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