Why are the graphical abstracts smaller in size on the Abstract page?

Why are the graphical abstracts smaller in size on the Abstract page?

 

The graphical abstract, also known as the TOC graphic, is in fact a thumbnail-sized image on the article’s abstract page. However we have made substantial enhancements to article figures on the Table of Contents page as well as both versions of the Full Text article, the PDF article, and the HTML article.

For the users who have subscription, selecting "Figures" link or the TOC graphic on the article`s abstract page, will open "Figure viewer" feature. Please note that this feature allows users to view an even larger high-resolution version of the figure, scroll through all of the figures and schemes in the paper (instead of clicking on figures one by one), and export the figure directly to a Power Point slide. This feature is also available in the Full Text HTML version of the article.
On the PDF w/Links Full Text document, medium- and high-resolution versions of the figures can be accessed by clicking on each of the images directly within the PDF document.

The ACS Publications Web site is a user-driven environment. We continue to listen to your needs and preferences for the Abstract page.

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  • Topic #: 9131-217
  • Date Created: 12/16/2008
  • Last Modified Since: 05/31/2016
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