Has anyone seen a version of the iodine clock reaction where instead of the system oscillating between clear and blue it shows blue bands travelling down the vessel?
I ask because someone not unknown to this site has made a version of the experiment with such moving bands and I was wondering if it was worth sending a write up of it to the Journal of Chemical Education or some similar journal.
Apologies if I was unclear, I am asking the phenomenon has been published before or if it is unpublished but already well known.
I know the BZ reaction can produce all sorts of patterns, but I have never seen travelling bands in the iodine clock. A quick Google has found no mention of the phenomenon. I am not asking "is it worth publishing", which I believe is against site rules anyway. I'm just asking about prior art.