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States with identical steady dissipation rate: Role of kinetic constants in enzyme catalysis

@article{Banerjee2014StatesWI,
  title={States with identical steady dissipation rate: Role of kinetic constants in enzyme catalysis},
  author={Kinshuk Banerjee and Kamal Bhattacharyya},
  journal={arXiv: Chemical Physics},
  year={2014}
}
A non-equilibrium steady state is characterized by a non-zero steady dissipation rate. Chemical reaction systems under suitable conditions may generate such states. We propose here a method that is able to distinguish states with identical values of the steady dissipation rate. This necessitates a study of the variation of the entropy production rate with the experimentally observable reaction rate in regions close to the steady states. As an exactly-solvable test case, we choose the problem of… 

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