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Traveling pulses in anisotropic oscillatory media with global coupling

Item Type:Article
Title:Traveling pulses in anisotropic oscillatory media with global coupling
Creators Name:Falcke, M. and Engel, H.
Abstract:The CO oxidation on the (110) surface of a platinum single crystal has a strongly state dependent diffusion anisotropy. The surface is coupled globally through the gas phase. We consider the oscillatory regime. The dependence of the anisotropy on the surface structure is modeled by a cubic equation. We have found, that diffusion driven traveling pulses in the oscillatory regime-so-called phase flips-can arise from a small phase gradient under global coupling. Anisotropy causes five different regimes of the expansion of phase flips and spiral formation. The spiral formation additionally depends on the direction of the rotation of the spiral.
Keywords:Spatially Distributed Oscillators, Surface Reaction, CO Oxidation, Pattern Formation, Excitable Media, Standing Waves, PT(110), Turbulence, Breakup, Phase
Source:Physical Review E
ISSN:1539-3755
Publisher:American Physical Society (U.S.A.)
Volume:56
Number:1
Page Range:635-641
Date:1997
Official Publication:https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevE.56.635

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