Spatial Inhomogeneities and Transient Behaviour in Chemical Kinetics (Proceedings in Nonlinear Science)

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ContributionsP. Gray (Editor), G. Nicolis (Editor), F. Baras (Editor), P. Borckmans (Editor), S. K. Scott (Editor)
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FormatHardcover
Number of Pages776
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Open LibraryOL9865975M
ISBN 100471934976
ISBN 109780471934974
OCLC/WorldCa232535750

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Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link). The attention given to the evolution of spatial inhomogeneities on a macroscopic scale has been rapidly growing, ever since the remarkable phenorusnon of chemical wave propagation in the Belousov-Zhabotinskii reaction was discovered almost 20 years ago [1,2].Cited by: 5.

These patterns can disorganize into diffusion-in- duced chaos, which strongly resembles chemical chaos arising from the nonlinear complexity of the chemical kinetics of the BZ reaction.

This observa- tion is actually rather puzzling since it suggests that chemical chaos may result as well from the presence of spatial inhomogeneities in the. Référence (August 31 to September 4, Brussels, Belgium), Spatial inhomogeneities and transient behaviour in chemical kinetics, Manchester University Press, Manchester ; New York, page () Publication Publié, This book brings theories in nonlinear dynamics, stochastic processes, irreversible thermodynamics, physical chemistry and biochemistry together in an introductory but formal and comprehensive manner.

Spatial Inhomogeneities and Transient Behaviour in Chemical Kinetics. Release on theory of chemical kinetics. CHEMICAL PHYSICS LETTERS 14April Volumenumber 5 SPATIAL PAnERNS IN THE BRIGGS-RAUSCHER REACTION Zs. NAGY-UNOVARAI, S.C. MULLER and B. HESS Max-Planck-institutfl)r Ernahrungsphysiologie, Rheinlanddamm M.

Frankowicz, in “Spatial Inhomogeneities and Transient Behavior in Chemical Kinetics”, P. Gray, G. Nicolis, F. Baras, P. Borckmans and S.K. Scott (eds. 26th ICDERS July 30th–August 4th, Boston, MA, USA Effect of Spatial Inhomogeneities on the Propagation Limit of Gaseous Detonations XiaoCheng Mi1, Andrew J.

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The material in this book deals with kinetics and reactors. We realize that students in many institutions have an introduction to chemical kinetics in a course on physical chemistry.

However, we strongly believe that for chemical engineering students, kinetics should be fully developed within the context of, and from the point of view of, CRE.

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His broad research interests include Systems Biology and in particular mammalian intracellular signalling, particularly the function of Ras proteins; and characterization of the mechanism(s) whereby K-ras is transported to the plasma membrane and how Ras proteins. In this chapter, we will examine how diffusion can interact with the sort of nonlinear reaction kinetics that we have discussed in previous chapters to generate propagating waves of chemical reactivity and structured, sometimes spectacular, spatial patterns.

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