OSCILLATING CHEMICAL REACTIONS.

Irving R. Epstein, Kenneth Kustin, Patrick De Kepper, M. Orbán

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Abstract

Once thought to violate natural law, reactions where concentrations of key substances periodically rise and fall have now been designed deliberately. They may illuminate similar behavior in living systems.

Original languageEnglish
JournalScientific American
Volume248
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - Mar 1983

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Epstein, I. R., Kustin, K., De Kepper, P., & Orbán, M. (1983). OSCILLATING CHEMICAL REACTIONS. Scientific American, 248(3).

OSCILLATING CHEMICAL REACTIONS. / Epstein, Irving R.; Kustin, Kenneth; De Kepper, Patrick; Orbán, M.

In: Scientific American, Vol. 248, No. 3, 03.1983.

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Epstein, IR, Kustin, K, De Kepper, P & Orbán, M 1983, 'OSCILLATING CHEMICAL REACTIONS.', Scientific American, vol. 248, no. 3.
Epstein IR, Kustin K, De Kepper P, Orbán M. OSCILLATING CHEMICAL REACTIONS. Scientific American. 1983 Mar;248(3).
Epstein, Irving R. ; Kustin, Kenneth ; De Kepper, Patrick ; Orbán, M. / OSCILLATING CHEMICAL REACTIONS. In: Scientific American. 1983 ; Vol. 248, No. 3.
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