Stochastic approach to entropy production in chemical chaos.

  title={Stochastic approach to entropy production in chemical chaos.},
  author={Pierre Gaspard},
  volume={30 11},
  • P. Gaspard
  • Published 14 August 2020
  • Materials Science
  • Chaos
Methods are presented to evaluate the entropy production rate in stochastic reactive systems. These methods are shown to be consistent with known results from nonequilibrium chemical thermodynamics. Moreover, it is proved that the time average of the entropy production rate can be decomposed into the contributions of the cycles obtained from the stoichiometric matrix in both stochastic processes and deterministic systems. These methods are applied to a complex reaction network constructed on… 

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