Cubic Autocatalysis: Exploring the Gray–Scott Model
Application ID: 102751
A deceptively simple system of two species and two reactions, describing the autocatalytic conversion of a substance, is shown to display a surprisingly exotic behavior. Starting from a 0D CSTR description, a 2D reaction-diffusion problem is formulated showing rich patterns stemming from the multistability of the underlying reaction network.
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