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Volume 87 Issue 8 August 1978 pp 253-258 Physical and Theoretical
Certain salient features of the oscilliatory reaction in the iodate-hydrogen peroxide-manganese sulphate-malonic acid system are presented. Oscillations were followed by recording the potential developed at a platinum electrode. Reproducibility of the results in such a complicated system is established. Evidence is provided for the periodic formation of Mn3+ in the system. Effect of the concentration of the constituents as well as the effect of temperature are discussed.
Volume 93 Issue 5 June 1984 pp 813-816 Physical and Theoretical
The oscillation characteristics of the iodate systems (Briggs-Rauscher reaction) and the bromate system (Belousov-Zhabotinskii reaction) with ethylacetoacetate show that the species responsible for the oscillations in these two systems are different. This arises from a large value of the exchange current density for Pt/I2/I−. The inclusion of ferroin in an uncatalysed bromate system (
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