DRIVEN DIFFUSION, KAWASAKI DYNAMICS, MIXING, AND SPATIAL ORDERING IN AN INTERACTING LATTICE-GAS
Physics and Astronomy
Kawasaki dynamics is used to study the transport properties of a nonequilibrium steady state system of interacting lattice gas of oppositely charged particles in a linear gradient field in two dimensions. The rms displacements show unusual nondiffusive transport. The effective conductivity varies with the temperature which deviates from the Arrhenius law and depends on the range of interaction. Density of a fully mixed state decays with temperature with a power law. Onset of spatial ordering occurs in a certain temperature range at a fixed range of interaction.
PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS
Pandey, R. B.
(1993). DRIVEN DIFFUSION, KAWASAKI DYNAMICS, MIXING, AND SPATIAL ORDERING IN AN INTERACTING LATTICE-GAS. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 71(4), 565-568.
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