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As the title says, I could use an exhaustive list of all Stack Exchange sites that use MathJax. If the list included any site-specific customizations made to the MathJax configuration on each site, that would be even better.

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These sites support MathJax:

  1. Amateur Radio
  2. Astronomy
  3. Aviation
  4. Biology (with mhchem extension)
  5. Chemistry (with mhchem extension)
  6. Code Review (activated 2014-04-07, with \$ delimiters)
  7. Cognitive Sciences
  8. Computational Science
  9. Computer Science
  10. Cross Validated
  11. Cryptography
  12. Data Science
  13. Earth Science
  14. Economics
  15. Electrical Engineering (with \$ delimiters)
  16. Engineering
  17. History of Science and Mathematics
  18. Mathematica
  19. Mathematics
  20. Mathematics Educators
  21. MathOverflow
  22. Physics
  23. Puzzling
  24. Quantitative Finance
  25. Robotics
  26. Signal Processing
  27. Space Exploration
  28. Theoretical Computer Science
  29. Worldbuilding

This list was complete as of 2014-01-17 and has been updated by the community since then. If you notice that this list has become outdated, please update it. Thanks!

Run the Stack Snippet to get the live list based on /sites from the Stack API:

$.get('https://api.stackexchange.com/2.2/sites?pagesize=500&filter=!*L6SiaRiUSk*Z2zr', function(data) {
    var i,
        $result = $('#result'),
        sites = [];
     for(i=0; i < data.items.length; i++) {
       if (data.items[i].site_type === 'main_site' &&
           data.items[i].markdown_extensions &&
           data.items[i].markdown_extensions.indexOf('MathJax')>-1)
         {
            sites.push(data.items[i].name);
         }
       }
    sites.sort();
    for(i = 0; i < sites.length; i = i + 1) {
        $result.append(
            $('<li></li>').html(sites[i])
        );
    }
  });
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script>
<ol id="result">
</ol>

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As of the time I'm posting this comment, this is the complete set. –  Kasra Rahjerdi Jan 17 '14 at 20:12
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Just as a remark: It is intentionally deactivated on TeX.SE, cf. Can we turn off math-tex please?, and to clear up a common misunderstanding: It is also off-topic there to ask MathJax related questions. –  Speravir Jan 18 '14 at 5:10
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@Speravir: apparently, the topicality of MathJax questions on TeX.SE is "marginal". –  Ilmari Karonen Jan 19 '14 at 20:14

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