Long-time behavior of the diffusion-controlled A+Barrow right reaction with hopping energy

Baranovskii, S.D.; Hensel, F.; Golub, J.E.; Thomas, P.
February 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;2/22/1997, Vol. 106 Issue 8, p3157
Academic Journal
Focuses on the effect of hopping energy relaxation on the diffusion-limited reaction A + B -> 0. Effect of relaxation to make the diffusion constant a decreasing function of time; Alteration of decay law predicted from the rate-equation approach from fluctuation effects; Prediction of long-time behavior for the concentration of reacting particles.


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