|Next time, how about using SciFinder? Or an encyclopedia?|
Or Google Images? Or Wikipedia? Or...asking me?
What's missing? Well, for one, that's not even the right molecule! There's an extra methyl, and we're missing an acid proton. Furthermore, even if that structure were correct, you're missing all the charges: O should have a "+," and the COO a "minus."
Maybe that's why the "penicillin" graphic (1928) wisely depicts just a blue injection bottle.
Dear Time Magazine: We have to have a heart-to-heart. This isn't the first time you've published scientific snafus, and I know it won't be the last. I'd like to help. Hell, I'd even volunteer! If any Time editors have questions about chemical structures or terminology, please let me know, before you hit "publish" on yet another chemical mishap.