Briggs-Rauscher Reaction

You gotta love it when a couple high school science teachers do something in the 70’s to get a chemical reation named after them. The two read about some obscure chemical reaction discovered by a Russian in the 1950s and modifed a couple chemicals to produce a striking chemical oscillation. The oscillations normally continue for about ten cycles.

Top Men would like to note that non-biological chemical oscillations were not even thought to exist prior to the 1950s, and through the wonder of modern technology you can watch it before your very eyes.


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