Chemical Chaos by Stephen K. Scott

Chemical Chaos

byStephen K. Scott

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This valuable account of chemical chaos, now available in paperback, reviews both theory and experiment, emphasizing the simple features that combine to produce `order within disorder'. The author begins by revealing the links between chemical kinetics and the interdisciplinary subject ofdynamical systems. Various bifurcation sequences are then introduced through representative model schemes, with the emphasis on generality and simplicity. Chaos arises in both conventional chemical reactions and forced or couples systems, and both are considered here. Various experimental anddiagnostic techniques to test for chaos are then described, and the remaining chapters review experimental studies in a wide range of chemical and biochemical systems.

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Stephen K. Scott, Reader in Chemistry, University of Leeds.
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Title:Chemical ChaosFormat:PaperbackDimensions:470 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0198556586

ISBN - 13:9780198556589

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`This book treats the subject of its title with lucidity and thoroughness, going into depth on both the chemistry and the chaos. The various topics are presented in a logical order.'Contemporary Physics, 1994, volume 35, number 4