Kinetic phase transition in a one-component irreversible reaction model
Irreversible many-particle dynamical systems are relevant to a broad scope of phenomena in physics, chemistry and biology. We present a study of a lattice cellular automata modelling catalytic reactions on surfaces. The model shows a dynamical phase transition to a poisoned state. We carry out a detailed finite-size scaling analysis of the critical behaviour based on both static and dynamic scaling. © 1989, IOP Publishing Ltd.
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Aukrust, T., Browne, D., & Webman, I. (1989). Kinetic phase transition in a one-component irreversible reaction model. EPL, 10 (3), 249-255. https://doi.org/10.1209/0295-5075/10/3/011