volume 60, issue 8, P3134-3143 1974
DOI: 10.1063/1.1681499
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Abstract: Chemically nonreactive and reactive systems (closed and homogeneous) are shown to become unstable to inhomogeneous perturbations beyond given critical intensities of uniform illumination, so that macroscopic inhomogeneities (spatial patterns) arise. We classify symmetry-breaking instabilities into two types: extrinsic length scaling, in which the characteristic length of the developing spatial pattern is determined by the dimensions of the system; and intrinsic length scaling, in which that characteristic len…

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