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This work uses an ALife simulation to explore the implementation of embodied reaction logic in a chemical computer. Chemical systems have potential for computation. There are properties of a logical system that are desirable in any computational system, such as the ability of the system to change state in response to some input. An issue in chemistry is that the molecules must have some physical embodiment, which must somehow represent state; state is then interpreted as the presence or absencedblp:conf/ecal/NagleH11 fatcat:bmestrcck5fhhkbdluagfehg24