# Numerical simulation of the trapping reaction with mobile and reacting traps.

@article{Hellerick2005NumericalSO, title={Numerical simulation of the trapping reaction with mobile and reacting traps.}, author={Joshua D. Hellerick and Robert C. Rhoades and Benjamin P. Vollmayr-Lee}, journal={Physical review. E}, year={2005}, volume={101 4-1}, pages={ 042112 } }

We study a variation of the trapping reaction, A+B→A, in which both the traps (A) and the particles (B) undergo diffusion, and the traps upon meeting react according to A+A→0 or A. This two-species reaction-diffusion system is known to exhibit a nontrivial decay exponent for the B particles, and recently renormalization group methods have predicted an anomalous dimension in the BB correlation function. To test these predictions, we develop a computer simulation method, motivated by the…

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