What does it mean when a processor has a dynamic clock? 8086 for instance.
I notice, also, that many chips are (or were) available in HMOS and CMOS, and the CMOS versions were static (could be clocked arbitrarily slowly). Why the difference?
Also, what happens when you clock something too slow? Does it start skipping beats? Does it lose data (internal dynamic RAM perhaps?)? I presume the clock is capacitively coupled somewhere for some reason, which suggests differentiator action, and therefore won't work very well, principally to asynchronous signals I suppose.