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Restoring oscillatory behavior from amplitude death with anti-phase synchronization patterns in networks of electrochemical oscillations
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The dynamical behavior of delay-coupled networks of electrochemical
reactions is investigated to explore the formation of amplitude death (AD) and the synchronization states in a parameter region around the amplitude death region. It is shown that difference coupling with odd and even numbered ring and random networks can produce the AD phenomenon. Furthermore, this AD can be restored by changing the coupling type from difference to direct coupling. The restored oscillations tend to create synchronization patterns in which neighboring elements are in nearly anti-phase configuration. The ring networks produce frozen and rotating phase waves, while the random network exhibits a complex synchronization pattern with interwoven frozen and propagating phase waves. The experimental results are interpreted with a coupled Stuart-Landau oscillator model. The experimental and theoretical results reveal that AD behavior is a robust feature of delayed coupled networks of chemical units; if an oscillatory behavior is required again, even a small amount of direct coupling could be sufficient to restore the oscillations. The restored nearly anti-phase oscillatory patterns, which, to a certain extent, reflect the symmetry of the network, represent an effective means to overcome the AD phenomenon.
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