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Volume 89 Issue 1 February 1980 pp 65-68 Physical and Theoretical
The oscillation characteristics, investigated by potentiometry, of the bromate-Mn(II)/Ce(III)-malic acid system are presented. The induction period characteristic of the oscillatory system is analysed. The results are compared with the malonic acid and citric acid systems and are correlated with the difference in the rate of bromide production, proposed as the control intermediate.
Volume 89 Issue 3 June 1980 pp 235-239 Physical and Theoretical
Oscillations in the bromate-Mn(II)-organic substrate system are studied by following the concentrations of Mn(III) and Br2 spectrophotometrically, apart from monitoring the concentration of Br- by potentiometry. Limit cycles for the Mn(III)-Br2 combination are constructed experimentally and theoretically. The experimental results agree with the theoretical expectations based on a suggested mechanism.
Volume 92 Issue 3 June 1983 pp 221-225 Physical and Theoretical
Studies on the bromate-pyrogallol system with sulphuric and perchloric acids are presented. The addition of acrylamide and acrylonitrile to the oscillatory system indicates the presence of free radicals. The apparent energy of activation for the overall process is 10.1
Volume 104 Issue 5 October 1992 pp 619-626 Physical and Theoretical
The oscillatory characteristics of seven new substrates in the uncatalysed bromate system are presented. Mixed media consisting of aqueous-organic mixtures have been employed for the first time in the study of chemical oscillators. This is an important breakthrough in the study of chemical oscillators in a pioneering attempt at bringing new types of compounds within the purview of the investigation.
Volume 125 Issue 4 July 2013 pp 705-705
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