Consider renaming "Formula" to something more precise
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When I see Insert > Formula, I keep expecting it to support structural formulas, and then I'm always slightly disappointed when I remember that it only handles mathematical formulas.

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As of T126272: Notify users of Math extension, chemistry packages support, the math extension now supports chemical formulae (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chemical_formula ), e.g., "CH3". I don't believe support for the new <ce> tag is available in the visual editor yet.

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