Advances in Chemical Physics, Volume 43 by Ilya Prigogine, Stuart A. Rice PDF
By Ilya Prigogine, Stuart A. Rice
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Since II, and II&) lie in orthogonal subspaces and have unrelated dimensionality, we have proof that there cannot be any general relationship between the facet structures of these polyhedra. The properties of the subspaces and polyhedra discussed so far are summarized in Table I. Note that v,! and y,! are the rows of g and y ; vi and Ei are the columns of L and E; and vo is a steady-state reaction velocity. TABLE 1 Properties of Subspaces and Polyhedra Spaces Subspaces Dimensions Spanned by Cones Polyhedron Names Species concentration X E R" Reaction velocity v E R ' vo E so Ax E sx c E s, d n-d d r-d Pi Yi' VJ Ei t E s, K- co nX(c) qc) n, Concentration polyhedron Extent of reaction polyhedron Current polytope E.
If ki vanishes, the ith reaction can be deleted from the network and a new network results. Hence without loss of generality, the domain of k for the original network can be the open orthant R : . Similarly, physical concentrations satisfy Xi 2 0. If Xi= 0, reactions with power law kinetics that consume X i have zero velocity and the network may be considered to be a different network with fewer species and reactions. Without loss of generality we may therefore assume that X is in the open orthant R : , and consequently no component of C can vanish; thus C E R:-d.
If Re($) = 0, the origin is marginally stable if Xj is a simple root of p(X,p) and unstable if A. is a multiple root. When instability occurs for this reason, the departure (rom steady state is as t rather than as an exponential; hence we call this case a weak instabillty to distinguish it from the exponential instability, which occurs when Re(Xj) > 0. Let the set of relevant eigenvalues of the linearized system with matrix M@) be A@). 26) can be divided into two domains Dk and D,",where the system is respectively marginally stable or weakly unstable.
Advances in Chemical Physics, Volume 43 by Ilya Prigogine, Stuart A. Rice