In different three oligoscillatory systems, the concentration of the hydrogen ion as a function of time shows a number of extrema: in the iodate-sulfite-malonic acid system, three, in the iodate oxidation of hydroxylamine, two, and in the iodate oxidation of thiourea as many as four extrema have been found in unbuffered solutions. Temporal oscillation of both the hydrogen ion concentration and the redox potential have been measured in the unbuffered chlorite-thiosulfate reaction in CSTR.
|Number of pages||4|
|Journal||Journal of physical chemistry|
|Publication status||Published - dec. 1 1985|
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- Physical and Theoretical Chemistry