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"Oxidation of an organic substrate by bromate in an acidic solution in the presence of a redox catalyst."

The Belousov-Zhabotinsky (BZ) reaction is a chemical process that can show temporal oscillatory behavior or spatio-temporal structures as propagating waves, using a `bromate' (e.g., sodium bromate), an acid (e.g., sulfuric acid), a one electron redox catalyst/indicator (e.g., ferroin), and an organic component (e.g., malonic acid).

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The section 'Web pages' contains several subsection which explore or describe the BZ-reaction (or very close oscillatory chemical systems).

The section 'Videos' contains documents regarding the history of the reaction and several other links to webpages and Youtube videos.

Unter 'Publications' you will find subsections about, for example, books and review articles, many with liks to the publisher's web page.