{The \XyMTeX\ system for publishing interdisciplinary chemistry/mathematics books}
{Shinsaku Fujita}
{The present version of the \XyMTeX\ system for drawing chemical
structural formulas supports a \AllTeX-compatible mode (based on the
\LaTeX\ picture environment and the \code{epic} package), a
PostScript-compatible mode (based on the \PSTricks\ package), as well as
a \PDF-compatible mode (based on the \PGF/\TikZ\ package).
\XyMTeX\ is useful to generate directly-printable \PDF\ manuscripts for
publishing interdisciplinary books between chemistry and
mathematics. Thereby, I have published several books by combining the
chemical capabilities of \XyMTeX\ with mathematical ones of \AllTeX,
e.g., S. Fujita, {\sl Organic Chemistry of Photography}, Springer-Verlag
(2004); S. Fujita, {\sl Diagrammatical Approach to Molecular Symmetry and
Enumeration of Stereoisomers}, Univ.\ Kragujevac (2007); S. Fujita,
{\sl Combinatorial Enumeration of Graphs, Three-Dimensional Structures, and
Chemical Compounds}, Univ.\ Kragujevac (2013, in press).
I will show how the \XyMTeX system has changed my style of writing
manuscripts by referring to my monograph before the development of the
\XyMTeX\ system: S. Fujita, {\sl Symmetry and Combinatorial Enumeration in
Chemistry}, Springer-Verlag (1991).
}