BREAKDOWN OF DIFFUSIVE MOTION IN AN INTERACTING LATTICE GAS
Physics and Astronomy
A Monte Carlo simulation is presented for the tracers' diffusion of an interacting lattice gas model as a function of temperature and concentration. The rms displacement shows a diffusive power-law behavior in the dilute regime, as in hard-core lattice gas. In three dimensions, the transport becomes anomalous at a higher concentration regime which depends on temperature. In two dimensions, the global transports cease to occur at intermediate concentrations leading to a trapping, and reappears as a metastable nondiffusive transport at higher concentrations.
Pandey, R. B.
(1992). BREAKDOWN OF DIFFUSIVE MOTION IN AN INTERACTING LATTICE GAS. PHYSICA A, 187(1-2), 77-86.
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