Miklos Orban
Miklos Orban
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TitleCited byYear
Systematic design of chemical oscillators. 10. Minimal bromate oscillator: bromate-bromide-catalyst
M Orban, P De Kepper, IR Epstein
Journal of the American Chemical Society 104 (9), 2657-2658, 1982
212*1982
Oscillating chemical reactions
IR Epstein, K Kustin, P De Kepper, M Orbán
Scientific American 248 (3), 112-123, 1983
1911983
Systematic design of chemical oscillators. Part 8. Batch oscillations and spatial wave patterns in chlorite oscillating systems
P De Kepper, IR Epstein, K Kustin, M Orban
The Journal of Physical Chemistry 86 (2), 170-171, 1982
1911982
Chemical oscillations during the uncatalyzed reaction of aromatic compounds with bromate. 1. Search for chemical oscillators
M Orban, E Koros
Journal of Physical Chemistry 82 (14), 1672-1674, 1978
1701978
Systematic design of chemical oscillators. 64. Design of pH-regulated oscillators
G Rabai, M Orban, IR Epstein
Accounts of Chemical Research 23 (8), 258-263, 1990
1391990
A new iodate oscillator: the Landolt reaction with ferrocyanide in a CSTR
EC Edblom, M Orban, IR Epstein
Journal of the American Chemical Society 108 (11), 2826-2830, 1986
1321986
Systematic design of chemical oscillators. 5. Bistability and oscillations in the autocatalytic chlorite-iodide reaction in a stirred-flow reactor
CE Dateo, M Orban, P De Kepper, IR Epstein
Journal of the American Chemical Society 104 (2), 504-509, 1982
1291982
Complex periodic and aperiodic oscillation in the Chlorite-Thiosulfate reaction
M Orbán, IR Epstein
Journal of Physical Chemistry 86 (20), 3907-3910, 1982
1181982
Uncatalyzed Oscillatory Chemical Reactions
E Koros, M Orban
Nature 273 (1), 371-372, 1978
1111978
Oscillations and bistability in the copper (II)-catalyzed reaction between hydrogen peroxide and potassium thiocyanate
M Orban
Journal of the American Chemical Society 108 (22), 6893-6898, 1986
1081986
Systematic design of chemical oscillators using complexation and precipitation equilibria
K Kurin-Csörgei, IR Epstein, M Orbán
Nature 433 (7022), 139, 2005
1072005
Chemical Oscillations during the Uncatalyzed Reaction of Aromatic Compounds with Bromate. 2. A Plausible Skeleton Mechanism
M Orbán, E Koros, RM Noyes
JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY US 83, 3056, 1979
1021979
Mechanistic study of oscillations and bistability in the copper (II)-catalyzed reaction between hydrogen peroxide and potassium thiocyanate
Y Luo, M Orban, K Kustin, IR Epstein
Journal of the American Chemical Society 111 (13), 4541-4548, 1989
101*1989
Stationary and moving structures in uncatalyzed oscillatory chemical reactions
M Orban
Journal of the American Chemical Society 102 (13), 4311-4314, 1980
991980
Systematic design of chemical oscillators. 45. Kinetics and mechanism of the oscillatory bromate-sulfite-ferrocyanide reaction
EC Edblom, Y Luo, M Orban, K Kustin, IR Epstein
The Journal of Physical Chemistry 93 (7), 2722-2727, 1989
961989
Chemical oscillators in group VIA: The Cu (II)-catalyzed reaction between hydrogen peroxide and thiosulfate ion
M Orban, IR Epstein
J. Am. Chem. Soc.;(United States) 109 (1), 1987
851987
Bromate− 1, 4-cyclohexanedione− ferroin gas-free oscillating reaction. 1. Basic features and crossing wave patterns in a reaction− diffusion system without gel
K Kurin-Csörgei, AM Zhabotinsky, M Orbán, IR Epstein
The Journal of Physical Chemistry 100 (13), 5393-5397, 1996
771996
An iodine-free chlorite-based oscillator. The chlorite-thiosulfate reaction in a continuous flow stirred tank reactor
M Orbán, P De Kepper, IR Epstein
Journal of Physical Chemistry 86 (4), 431-433, 1982
711982
Systematic design of chemical oscillators. 11. Chlorite oscillators: new experimental examples, tristability, and preliminary classification
M Orban, C Dateo, P De Kepper, IR Epstein
Journal of the American Chemical Society 104 (22), 5911-5918, 1982
701982
General model for the chlorite ion based chemical oscillators
G Rabai, M Orban
The Journal of Physical Chemistry 97 (22), 5935-5939, 1993
651993
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