|With the 10th anniversary themed issue of OBC now online we thought we would share with you a couple of the other cover suggestions that were put forward by authors for this issue.|
Below is the rather striking suggestion from Brimble et al. The tree and leaves represent nature, and its dew, superimposed with their spiroacetal-triazoles, drops into a pool of tablets representing the development of new therapeutic agents.
Enantioselective synthesis of C-linked spiroacetal-triazoles as privileged natural product-like scaffolds
Jui Thiang Brian Kueh, Ka Wai Choi and Margaret A. Brimble
This second suggestion comes from Luh et al., featuring a decameric ladderphane in recognition of the 10 years that OBC has been published.
Double stranded polymeric ladderphanes with 16-π-electron antiaromatic metallocycle linkers
Hsin-Hua Huang , Chih-Gang Chao, Shern-Long Lee, Hung-Jen Wu, Chun-hsien Chen and Tien-Yau Luh
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