Periodic changes in the oxidation states of the center ion in the cobalt-histidine complex induced by the BrO3 - - SO3 2- pH-oscillator

K. Kurin-Csörgei, Eszter Poros, Julianna Csepiova, M. Orbán

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The coupling of acid-base type pH-dependent equilibria to pH-oscillators expanded significantly the number and type of species which can participate in oscillatory chemical processes. Here, we report a new version of oscillatory phenomena that can appear in coupled oscillators. Oscillations in the oxidation states of the center ion bound in a chelate complex were generated in a combined system, when the participants of the oscillator as dynamical unit and the components of the complex formation interacted with each other through redox reaction. It was demonstrated, when the BrO3 - - SO3 2- pH-oscillator and the Co2+ - histidine complex were mixed in a continuous stirred tank reactor, periodic changes in the pH were accompanied with periodic transitions in the oxidation number of the cobalt ion between +2 and +3. The oscillatory build up and removal of the Co(III)-complex were followed by recording the light absorption at the wavelength characteristic for this species with simultaneous monitoring the pH-oscillations. The dual role of the SO3 2- ion in the explanation of this observation was pointed out. Its partial and consecutive total oxidations by BrO3 - give rise to and maintain sustained pH-oscillations in the combined system and its presence induces the rapid conversion of the Co2+ to a highly inert Co(III)-histidine chelate when the system jumps to and remains in the high pH-state. The oscillatory cycle is completed when the Co(III)-complex is washed out from the reactor and the reagents are replenished by the flow during the time the system spends in the acidic range of pH. The idea, to couple a core oscillator to an equilibrium through a redox reaction that takes place between the constituents of the oscillator and the target species of the linked subsystem, may be generally used to bring about forced oscillations in many other combined chemical systems.

Original languageEnglish
Article number053114
JournalChaos
Volume28
Issue number5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - May 1 2018

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Cobalt
histidine
Oxidation
cobalt
Redox reactions
oscillators
oxidation
Ions
Oscillation
ions
Reactor
Light absorption
Jump System
Forced oscillation
chelates
oscillations
Chemical Processes
Coupled Oscillators
Wavelength
Acids

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Periodic changes in the oxidation states of the center ion in the cobalt-histidine complex induced by the BrO3 - - SO3 2- pH-oscillator. / Kurin-Csörgei, K.; Poros, Eszter; Csepiova, Julianna; Orbán, M.

In: Chaos, Vol. 28, No. 5, 053114, 01.05.2018.

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