Saturday, November 7, 2009

I love figurative TOC graphics!

If I find a TOC graphic that's funny, it's going here.

Come on... this is awesome: 

From EJOC"Configurational Isomers of a Stilbene-Linked Bis(porphyrin) Tweezer: Synthesis and Fullerene-Binding Studies." (doi: 10.1002/ejoc.200901002)


From the same journal... don't you think they look like those pasta wheels we used to make art with in kindergarden with glue and tempera paint?

"Highly Efficient Fluorine-Promoted Intramolecular Condensation of Benzo[c]phenanthrene: A New Prospective on Direct Fullerene Synthesis" (doi: 10.1002/ejoc.200900976


  1. How did you find these? Just perusing EJOC's table of contents?

  2. Yup - I'm pretty religious about browsing every table of contents page for every journal I can think of. :)

  3. Have you ever used for your table of contents viewing?

  4. I love the bisporphyrin!!


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