Some results for poisoning in a catalytic model
Journal article, 2006

We obtain new results concerning poisoning/nonpoisoning in a catalytic model which has previously been introduced and studied. We show that poisoning can occur even when the arrival rate of one gas is smaller than the sum of the arrival rates of the other gases, and that poisoning does not occur when all gases have equal arrival rates.

catalytic model

Interacting particle systems


Jeffrey Steif

Chalmers, Mathematical Sciences, Mathematics

University of Gothenburg

Aidan Sudbury

Electronic Communications in Probability

1083589x (eISSN)

Vol. 11 168-177

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Other Mathematics

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