Gelation and Mass Conservation in Coagulation-fragmentation Models

@inproceedings{Escobedo2003GelationAM,
  title={Gelation and Mass Conservation in Coagulation-fragmentation Models},
  author={Miguel Escobedo and Ph. Laurençot and S. Mischler and Benoit Perthame},
  year={2003}
}
The occurrence of gelation and the existence of mass-conserving solutions to the continuous coagulation-fragmentation equation are investigated under various assumptions on the coagulation and fragmentation rates, thereby completing the already known results. A non-uniqueness result is also established and a connection to the modified coagulation model of Flory is also made. 
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