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Cover Picture УSulflowerФ A New Form of Carbon Sulfide (Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 442006)

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Cover Picture
Konstantin Yu. Chernichenko, Viktor V. Sumerin,
Roman V. Shpanchenko, Elizabeth S. Balenkova, and
Valentine G. Nenajdenko*
The bloom of a sunflower
is used to describe the highly symmetric planar structure of octathio[8]circulene,
whose trivial name “sulflower” derives from sulfur and flower (see cover picture). In
their Communication on page 7367 ff., V. G. Nenajdenko and co-workers describe the
synthesis and characterization of sulflower, a molecule that can be considered as a
new form of carbon sulfide and as an oligothiophene, that is, as both inorganic and
organic. (Background picture: “Sunflowers” by Vincent van Gogh. Copyright: Neue
Pinakothek, Munich.)
Droplet-based microfluidics enables high-throughput applications, such as the
optimization of reaction conditions or the analysis of complex biological processes.
Current developments in this field are discussed by R. F. Ismagilov and co-workers in
their Review on page 7336 ff.
Metal–Organic Frameworks
In their Communication on page 7358 ff., N. R. Champness, P. Hubberstey, M.
Schr6der, and co-workers compare the H2 sorption of a series of metal–organic
frameworks. Those with smaller pores adsorb higher densities of H2, whereas those
with larger pores have higher maximum H2 storage capacities.
DNA Structures
A. J. Turberfield and co-workers have incarcerated cytochrome c: single molecules of
the protein are trapped in rigid tetrahedral DNA cages, which can also accommodate
larger globular proteins. These results are discussed in the Communication on
page 7414 ff.
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