# Fluctuations and Universality in a Catalysis Model with Long-range Reactivity

@article{Chan2015FluctuationsAU, title={Fluctuations and Universality in a Catalysis Model with Long-range Reactivity}, author={C. H. Chan and Per Arne Rikvold}, journal={Physics Procedia}, year={2015}, volume={68}, pages={20-24} }

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### Discontinuous Phase Transitions in Nonlocal Schloegl Models for Autocatalysis: Loss and Reemergence of a Nonequilibrium Gibbs Phase Rule.

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Simulation reveals a discontinuous transition between populated and vacuum states, but equistable p=p_{eq} determined by the stationarity of planar interfaces between these states depends on the interface orientation and on Ω_{N}.

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