Advances in Chemical Physics, Volume 43 by Ilya Prigogine, Stuart A. Rice

By Ilya Prigogine, Stuart A. Rice

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5. If x, y and I are the dimensionless concentrations, (diag E h p ( x'ln x) = ( j 2 y ,j l x u , (j l + j 2 ) x , j 2 x 2 ,(jl+j2)z)' and the nonlinear equations are obtained by mutliplying on the left by _v. We write the 36 B. L. CLARKE equations so that every term contains a factor of ( x Y 5;- = -jlJ+ - I), ( y - I), or (I - 1) to get - 1) - ( j , +j2)(y - 1) + ( j l + j 2 ) ( z - 1) i - = 2(j, +j&X - 1) hz - (I - I)] In factorizing, we divided each polynomial by x - 1 to obtain a quotient and a remainder.

The fold at the right of Fig. 2 appears in R" X D,, the product of the concentration and parameter spaces. It helps visualize the pOr, C) steady states at each point in DK. Although DK has dimension (neglecting the index i ) n r - d, usually dimensionless parameters are used to eliminate one rate constant per species and one additional rate constant by scaling time, to give a parameter space with the minimal possible dimension, which is r - d - 1. This is also the dimension of II,. In all cases I have examined, the surface inR" x DK is homeomorphic to II,.

In the decomposition of the current cone. The physical steady state corresponding to an element p, E D , will be defined by specifying the mapping +,=: D,+ D , and proving this mapping to be one to one. For each p, E D, there is a positive vector Xo representing the steady-state con)@ ,,+ E D , are defined by centrations. The first n components of p, = hi = l/X? 35) This equation defines a unique h for every p, E D , because DK does not include steady states where any components of X vanish.

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