APRIL was so much fun, that I thought I should find a molecule for May. I searched both the Gene database, the structure database, everywhere, without any luck.
Finally, I decided to change the search and use the date instead of the name of the month. And here we have it, straight from PubChem. A molecule for May. 05012008 is the
compound substance ID.
This structure turned out to be a bit surprising. Not does it look highly reactive, it also seems to disappear in the PubChem database. Sometimes I can find it by using the SID, sometimes I can't. I hate that.
For those of you who were wondering where it was and why you couldn't find it, I don't know the answer to that. I do know that today's date is the SID, not the CID and it wasn't easy to find.
Here's the whole picture - with the SID and the CID - and I linked the picture to the record. Of course, I don't know where that link will take me tomorrow. ;-)
I don't get it. And the link to PubChem (the 05012008 number) puts me through to a chain of benzene/phenyl groups arranged trans to each other in series.
I'm doing something wrong. Can you provide a direct link maybe?
Should be CID 380914 ?
I "get it" but the direct link takes me to the same molecule Burt Humbug described: 2-[4-(4-nitrophenyl)piperazin-1-yl]-N-[4-(phenoxy)phenyl]acetamide
while CID 380914, as noted by barney, takes us to the molecule you have pictured:
Weird. A few days ago, this was easy to find. Today, I had to hunt around a bit to find it, and it wasn't easy, but it was there. 512008 is the SID and you're right, the CID is 380914 as Burt found.
Here's the corrected direct link.
You should check out Nanokid on ChemSpider
Visit http://www.chemspider.com/Search.aspx and type in nanokid...
By the way, the structure in your article is also on ChemSpider here: http://www.chemspider.com/Chemical-Structure.337555.html