Quasiperiodicity in Chemical Dynamics
Historically, the first description of the transition toward turbulent behavior turbulence predicts chaos to occur after the appearance of complicated dynamics with at least 2 or 3 frequencies (1) (or an infinity according to LANDAU). Although chaotic dynamics were unambiguously identified in chemical systems (2), quasiperiodicity — dynamics with at least two frequencies- was never observed. In this paper we present experimental identifications of such dynamics and of the bifurcations by which they are born and by which they die.
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