Thursday, July 5, 2012

A colorful Diazonamide A

Since BRSM Blog hasn't put up his final posting, I don't feel too bad about adding an unofficial entry from our household to the K.C. Nicolaou birthday celebration. As it is after the deadline, it is not an official submission.

I like this one a lot (other than the obvious reasons.) It's so bright and cheery and colorful, and we seem to have a red sun on our planet. 

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  1. This is by far my favourite entry! Round up post later today, hopefully. I'm having a bad chemistry week...

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    1. What's remarkable is the color scheme wasn't discussed, and is incredibly appropriate for the occasion.

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  2. Unstable IsotopeJuly 5, 2012 at 11:27 PM

    Sometimes I color in oxygens too.

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    1. I'll let the artist know that -- she will be pleased to hear it.

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  3. Nice coloring. Sprog 1 can't color in the lines very well, so I can't get that kind of effect.

    The red sun - have you been telling bedtime stories to the little one about global warming and atmospheric dust?

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  4. You know, you should do a whole book of these. I even have a name: "KCN. Color me unimpressed."

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    1. Heh. Not "Classics in Total Synthesis III"?

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  5. Red sun is the best!

    I can totally see a market for molecule coloring books!

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