I know about the Belousov-Zhabotinskii reaction as an example of "chemical oscillator", e.g. a reaction that can produce repeating patterns over time as it exhausts its reagents. I also know about the Briggs-Rauscher reaction but I wonder how many such chemical oscillators are possible? Can somebody provide me with a good review paper and/or book reference written specifically to survey the range of all possible chemical oscillator systems?
To note, I know there are a lot of people outside of chemistry (particularly people interested in chaos theory and non-equilibrium thermodynamics) who do detailed research on modeling the detailed behavior of such oscillating systems, and I've found several such papers/reviews. But, what I'm looking for is a resource focusing on the chemical properties of oscillator systems, not the mathematics or dynamics modeling.