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Fluctuation Induced Structure in Chemical Reaction with Small Number of Molecules

  • Yasuhiro Suzuki
Conference paper
Part of the Proceedings in Information and Communications Technology book series (PICT, volume 2)

Abstract

We investigate the behaviors of chemical reactions of the Lotka-Volterra model with small number of molecules; hence the occurrence of random fluctuations modifies the deterministic behavior and the law of mass action is replaced by a stochastic model. We model it by using Abstract Rewriting System on Multisets, ARMS; ARMS is a stochastic method of simulating chemical reactions and it is based on the reaction rate equation. We confirmed that the magnitude of fluctuations on periodicity of oscillations becomes large, as the number of involved molecules is getting smaller; and these fluctuations induce another structure, which have not observed in the reactions with large number of molecules. We show that the underling mechanism through investigating the coarse grained phase space of ARMS.

Keywords

Artificial Chemistries Lotka-Volterra Model Small Number Effects Chemical reactions with a small number of molecules 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Yasuhiro Suzuki
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  1. 1.Nagoya UniversityJapan

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