BZ

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AcronymDefinition
BZBusiness
BZBusy
BZBenzodiazepine (class of sedative drugs)
BZBolzano - Bozen (Trentino Alto Adige, Italy)
BZBuffer Zone
BZBraunschweiger Zeitung (German newspaper)
BZ3-Quinuclidinyl Benzilate
BZBattle Zone
BZBronx Zoo (New York)
BZBacitracin Zinc (antibiotic)
BZBranch on Zero (IBM)
BZBundesamt für Zulassungen in der Telekommunikation
BZBionicle Zone
BZBleedzao (discussion forum)
BZBuckled Zones
BZBlutzucker (German: Blood Sugar)
BZBrillouin Zone
BZBelize
BZBerliner Zeitung (German: Berlin Times)
BZBelow Zone
BZBelousov-Zhabotinsky (reaction; thermodynamics)
BZBelow Zero
BZBravo Zulu (term for Good Job/Well Done)
BZBreathing Zone
BZBronze
BZBenzilic Acid
BZBlizzard
BZBone Zone
BZBenzene
BZBautzen (german auto license plate)
BZBoyzone
BZBeach Zone
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Turbulence, Benard cells and reaction-diffusion systems like the Belousov-Zhabotinsky reaction represent characteristic patterns, the character of which does not change in space and time, if the environment is constant, including the boundary conditions.
Affectionately dubbed 'Plasmobot', it will be "programmed" using light and electromagnetic stimuli to trigger chemical reactions similar to a complex piece of chemistry called the Belousov-Zhabotinsky reaction, which Adamatzky previously used to build liquid logic gates for a synthetic brain.
For their studies, Showalter and his colleagues used the most well-studied waveforming chemical reaction, known as the Belousov-Zhabotinsky (BZ) reaction (SN: 2/21/98, p.
Showalter and his coworkers studied a photosensitive version of a chemical system known as the Belousov-Zhabotinsky reaction, in which rising and falling chemical concentrations appear as visible waves traveling through a thin layer of silica gel.
Having already worked out a coupled oscillator model to account for some of the swirling, cyclic patterns observed in a chemical system known as the Belousov-Zhabotinsky reaction, Kuramoto extended this mathematical framework to incorporate Winfree's ideas.
The solution contains the ingredients for a widely studied oscillating chemical system known as the Belousov-Zhabotinsky reaction (SN: 7/1/89, p.