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To our knowledge so far no thermodynamic system with equations of this type has been found, but it is well to bear in mind, especially when experimental results have to be explained, that the above discussed oscillations are not the only possible type. This last type of cyclic behaviour, which is of a more complicated nature than oscillation around a stationary point, has primarily been investigated far the case of only two variables A , and A,. We refer to the book by Hurewicza for the proof of the necessary and sufficient conditions for the existence of such limiting cycles.
E . Approximate Solutions . . . . . . . . (11) Ignition Temperature Approximation . . . . (2) Corner Approximation . . . . . . . (3) Adams and Wilde Approximations . . . . (4) Hirschfelder Approximations . . . . . . ( 5 ) The Klein Approximation . . . . . . 68 69 74 76 86 88 88 89 91 93 95 I . Introduction I1 . IV . Flames Supported by Complex Systems of Chemical Reaction Chains . . . . . . . . . . . . . V . Single Step, Unimolecular Reaction Detonation .