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Transforming an expression to publication form

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  • Subject: [mg120336] Transforming an expression to publication form
  • From: carlos at colorado.edu
  • Date: Tue, 19 Jul 2011 06:57:20 -0400 (EDT)

Suppose I have the expression

C11=A*Em*(4-3*omega^2+nu*(-8+3*omega^2)+(-4+8*nu)*Cos[kappa]);

I want to transform this into

C11pub=Em*A*(4*(1-2*nu)*(1-Cos[kappa])-3*(1-nu)*omega^2);

which is the exactly the way it has to appear in a journal
publication,
once mapped to LaTeX.  Both C11 and C11pub have the
same LeafCount (27), and C11 is invariant under Simplify
and FullSimplify.

How do I accomplish  C11 -> C11pub within Mathematica,
without using any extra packages?  BTW this is part of one
of 36 matrix entries, so transforming all by hand takes a while.


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