The BEMEWS reaction using magnetic centered dendritic network growth of hydration spheres

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I spent the weekend working on a new experiment to show at my kids school. Because of my experience with Nuclear Magnetic Resonance I wondered whether or not magnetic seeding of the hydration spheres …

I spent the weekend working on a new experiment to show at my kids school. Because of my experience with Nuclear Magnetic Resonance I wondered whether or not magnetic seeding of the hydration spheres would facilitate their growth. Using the BEMEWS catalyst and commercial borax as the materials I got spectacular results...but I need to figure out now how to extend the lifetime of the spheres now!

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  • 1. Blue Water Balls Kitchen Chemistrywww.chemconnector.com
  • 2. The BEMEWS reaction  Simple kitchen chemistry for spectacular results  Water  BORAX laundry detergent  White vinegar  Table Salt  BEMEWS catalyst  Rare earth magnetic sphere – preferably samarium-cobalt  1 minute to prepare + 24 hours of time….www.chemconnector.com
  • 3. Rare-earth magnets  CHEAP to buy!!!www.chemconnector.com
  • 4. How does it work???www.chemconnector.com
  • 5. Water Solvation Shell  Solvation shells support the ions  Rare earth magnet ions (Samarium-Cobalt) both solvate and magnetically extend polarized water chainswww.chemconnector.com
  • 6. Extended Water Latticeswww.chemconnector.com
  • 7. Dendrimeric Magnetic Centered Seeds  Water chains grow based on magnetic centered ions  Dendrimeric growth is multi- generational with layered extension via copper- catalyzed BORON seeding  Magnetic centers – boron enhanced growth of chainswww.chemconnector.com
  • 8. Catalyzing the Reaction  Vinegar (a weak acid) dissolves the magnetic surface to produce magnetic ionswww.chemconnector.com
  • 9. Watch the Video!!!! YouTube Video Linkwww.chemconnector.com
  • 10. The BEMEWS Catalyst  Copper catalyst assists dissolution and helps initiate aggregation  Simple to synthesize using household chemicals  Described in separate videowww.chemconnector.com