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Periodic Plane Waves for the Oregonator

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The Oregonator is a set of differential equations proposed by R. J. Field and R. M. Noyes as a model for the oscillating chemical reaction first studied by B. P. Belousov and A. M. Zhabotinskii. In this paper it is shown that the associated diffusion equations have periodic plane waves for parameter values not covered in earlier work. This amounts to studying a singularly perturbed system when nothing is known about the stability of periodic solutions for the reduced system.
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Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: SUNY at Buffalo

Publication date: December 1, 1976

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