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When time breaks down

  title={When time breaks down},
  author={Arthur Winfree},

Mechanism and Phenomenology of an Oscillating Chemical Reaction

Chemical reactions, which are far from equilibrium, are capable of displaying oscillations in species concentrations and hence in colour, electrode potential, pH and/or temperature. The oscillations

Sustained patterns in chlorite–iodide reactions in a one‐dimensional reactor

We describe an open one‐dimensional reaction–diffusion system, the Couette reactor, which provides a permanent feed of fresh reactants and simultaneously preserves the diffusion process. Different

Nonlinear Phenomena during the Oxidation and Bromination of Pyrocatechol

Many complex and interesting phenomena in nature are due to nonlinear interactions of the constituents, which allows scientists to understand various rather complicated behaviors such as selforganization and pattern formation in the neuronal networks of brain.

Attempts to identify a control system for chemical reactivity in the living state using virtual energy.

The utility of the hypothesis rests on recognition of the resonance condition at various points in the system sufficiently macroscopic as to be available clinically as an abrupt interface between physiology and pathology.

Oscillatory Reactions on Single Crystal Surfaces

Heterogeneous catalytic reactions exhibit under certain conditions kinetic oscillations which have been investigated both with polycrystalline materials and with single crystal surfaces as catalysts.

Catalysis on microstructured surfaces

Employing photoelectron emission microscopy (PEEM) as a spatially resolving method the catalytic reduction of NO with CO and H2 has been investigated on microstructured composite surfaces in the 10–6

Untersuchung der Musterbildung bei der katalytischen CO-Oxidation auf Pt(110) mittels Niederenergie-Elektronenmikroskopie

In-situ observation of pattern formation during the catalytic CO-oxidation on Pt{110} using Low Energy Electron Microscopy” by Frank Meißen This study describes the spatio-temporal pattern formation