The peroxidase-oxidase reaction involves an organic substance, commonly the reduced nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide NADH, is oxidised with molecular oxygen according to
Damped oscillations were first seen in 1965  The nonlinear behavior of the peroxidase-oxidase reaction was studied using structurally different peroxidases.  : this study leads to the conclusion that the mechanisms responsible for oscillatory kinetics may vary from one peroxidase to the other. Soon after the simple model for chaotic chemical reaction proposed by Otto E. Rössler , chaos was experimentally observed in this reaction by Lars F. Olsen and Hans Degn (Fig. 1) 
where x corresponds to [O2], y to [NADH], z and w to intermediate products.
For the well chosen parameter values
this model produces a time series for the evolution of the oxygen concentration [O2] (Fig. 2) which is very similar to the one measured in the experimental reaction (Fig. 1).
When k1 = 1.35, a chaotic attractor characterized by a foliated smooth "quasi-unimodal" map (Fig. 3).
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