Noise correlation-induced splitting of Kramers' escape rate from a metastable state.

@article{Ghosh2007NoiseCS,
  title={Noise correlation-induced splitting of Kramers' escape rate from a metastable state.},
  author={Pulak Kumar Ghosh and Bidhan Chandra Bag and Deb Shankar Ray},
  journal={The Journal of chemical physics},
  year={2007},
  volume={127 4},
  pages={
          044510
        }
}
A correlation between two noise processes driving the thermally activated particles in a symmetric triple-well potential may cause a symmetry breaking and a difference in relative stability of the two side wells with respect to the middle one. This leads to an asymmetric localization of population and splitting of Kramers' rate of escape from the middle well, ensuring a preferential distribution of the products in the course of a parallel reaction. 
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