The Role of Bromination Reaction in the Oxalic Acid-Acetone-KBrO3-Ce(IV)-H2SO4 Oscillating System
Keywords:Bromination Reaction, B-Z Oscillating Reaction, FKN Mechanism, Oregonator Model, Explodator Model, Double Organic Substrates
AbstractIn order to assess the role of bromination reaction in the oxalic acid-acetone-KBrO3-Ce(IV)-H2SO4 oscillating system, both the effects of oxalic acid and acetone were studied in detail. Based on the experimental data, we propose a new skeleton scheme containing 11 reactions to simulate the oscillating behavior of the system, in which the bromination reaction between acetone and bromine should be considered as another source of Br-.
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