Recreating one of the weirdest reactions

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by Super User, 3 months ago
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***Reuploaded because I used a clip of BBC footage in the intro and it was automatically flagged by the system and demonetized.

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About a year ago, I saw one of the weirdest reactions that I've ever seen. It was called the Belousov-Zhabotinsky reaction and it's one of the few good examples of an oscillating chemical reaction. I decided to try and do it myself, and this video summarizes the process that I used.

*At the 5min mark, I say 1.5g phenanthroline monohydrate, but 5g is written. It is indeed 1.5g though.

Intro footage: https://youtu.be/PpyKSRo8Iec

Mechanism reference: https://goo.gl/iiHPsK
Procedure taken from: https://goo.gl/tVkEMv

I have also covered another type of oscillating reaction: https://youtu.be/SCoLMfplVWs

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