Reaction Diffusion Systems/Phenomena

Taeuber U.C.-Critical Dynamics_ A Field Theory Approach to Equilibrium and Non-Equilibrium Scaling Behavior-CUP (2014)

Generic reaction-diffusion models are in fact utilized to describe a multitude of phenomena in various disciplines, ranging from population dynamics in ecology, competition of bacterial colonies in microbiology, dynamics of magnetic monopoles in the early Universe
in cosmology, equity trading on the stock market in economy, opinion exchange
in sociology, etc. More concrete physical applications systems encompass excitons kinetics in organic semconductors, domain wall interactions in magnets, and
interface dynamics in growth models. Yet most of our current knowledge in this
area stems from extensive computer simulations, and actual experimental realizations allowing accurate quantitative analysis are still deplorably rare


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