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The Langevin equation : with applications to stochastic problems in physics, chemistry, and electrical engineering
Historical Background and Introductory Concepts Methods for Solving Langevin and Fokker-Planck Equations Matrix Continued Fractions Escape Rate Theory Linear and Nonlinear Response Theory BrownianExpand
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The Langevin Equation: With Applications in Physics, Chemistry and Electrical Engineering
The concept of a random process the Brownian motion of a free particle - the velocity distribution the Brownian motion of a free particle - the distribution of the displacements one-dimensionalExpand
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Transverse complex magnetic susceptibility of single-domain ferromagnetic particles with uniaxial anisotropy subjected to a longitudinal uniform magnetic field
The infinite hierarchy of differential-recurrence relations for the equilibrium transverse correlation functions appropriate to magnetic relaxation of single-domain ferromagnetic particles withExpand
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Thermally Activated Relaxation Time of a Single Domain Ferromagnetic Particle Subjected to a Uniform Field at an Oblique Angle to the Easy Axis: Comparison with Experimental Observations
W. T. Coffey,1,* D. S. F. Crothers,2 J. L. Dormann,3 Yu. P. Kalmykov,4 E. C. Kennedy,2 and W. Wernsdorfer5 1Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering, Trinity College, Dublin 2, IrelandExpand
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Inertial effects in the orientational relaxation of rodlike molecules in a uniaxial potential.
The inertial rotational Brownian motion and dielectric relaxation of an assembly of noninteracting rodlike polar molecules in a uniaxial potential are studied. The infinite hierarchy ofExpand
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Thermal fluctuations of magnetic nanoparticles: Fifty years after Brown
The reversal time, superparamagnetic relaxation time, of the magnetization of fine single domain ferromagnetic nanoparticles owing to thermal fluctuations plays a fundamental role in informationExpand
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Wigner function approach to the quantum Brownian motion of a particle in a potential.
Recent progress in our understanding of quantum effects on the Brownian motion in an external potential is reviewed. This problem is ubiquitous in physics and chemistry, particularly in the contextExpand
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Fractals, diffusion, and relaxation in disordered complex systems
Chapter 6. Fractal Physiology, Complexity, and the Fractional Calculus (Bruce J. West). Chapter 7. Physical Properties of Fractal Structures (Vitaly V. Novikov). Chapter 8. Fractional RotationalExpand
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Microscopic models for dielectric relaxation in disordered systems.
It is shown how the Debye rotational diffusion model of dielectric relaxation of polar molecules (which may be described in microscopic fashion as the diffusion limit of a discrete time random walkExpand
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