By Ilya Prigogine, Stuart A. Rice

ISBN-10: 0470142626

ISBN-13: 9780470142622

ISBN-10: 047105741X

ISBN-13: 9780471057413

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Hence the accessible region of D K has r - 1 fewer dimensions in the equilibrium case. Nonequilibrium thermodynamic parameters could be constructed by keeping @, j E [ 1,n - d] and replacing p with r new parameters. Instead we will use /3*, j E [ 1, n] and then only r - d new parameters are needed. In nonequilibrium thermodynamics the net reaction rates (fluxes) are parameters. To define these, assume that all reverse reactions are present, * + + 31 STABILITY OF COMPLEX REACTION NETWORKS that the first r / 2 reactions are forward, and that the last r / 2 reactions are reverse.

I2. The vector J, is restricted to a subspace of dimension r / 2 - d, and the condition vo > 0 determines a complicated domain DrI2-"(JE), which depends on J,. 40) The set D, has the proper dimension; however there are too many parameters, so the components of J, are interdependent. These parameters are poor when J, # 0. 41) Here ko is the chemical potential when Xp = 1, and InXO =(lnXp, Then I#+, . . ,hx,O). is defined by C#B~, Both components of ,+, (h, j*,i ) = ( Ppo - In h, FE:j*) are one to one, so &, establishes a one-to-one 32 B.

N kJ = (Efj*). 2) now become r x i = hi j- 1 n vq(Ej). n xi"! 53) When x = en = (1, 1, . . 19). Hence each of the polynomials on the right-hand side is a linear combination of the factors (xi - l), for i = 1, . . , tt. Hence each term of these polynomials is divisible by one of the factors (xi - l), for i = 1, . . , n. 7. 5. If x, y and I are the dimensionless concentrations, (diag E h p ( x'ln x) = ( j 2 y ,j l x u , (j l + j 2 ) x , j 2 x 2 ,(jl+j2)z)' and the nonlinear equations are obtained by mutliplying on the left by _v.

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