Transient Violation of Le Chatelier’s Principle for a Network of Water Molecules

Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article – Annual report year: 2011

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  • Author: Dasmeh, Pouria

    Damghan University of Basic Sciences

  • Author: Ajloo, D.

    Damghan University of Basic Sciences

  • Author: Searles, D.J.

    Griffith University

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For a process in a small chemical system observed for short periods of time, the probability that it proceeds in the opposite direction to that found in the thermodynamic limit can be significant. We demonstrate this using simulations of a hydrogenbonded network of water molecules whose temperature is changed from 300 K to 310 K. It is shown that for this system, and finite periods (up to tenths of picoseconds), the change during an individual observation period might be in either direction which satisfies the transient fluctuation theorem for a temperature change (Journal of Chemical Physics, 131, 214503 (2009)).
Keyword: Small systems,Fluctuation theorems,Le chatelier's principle,Hydrogen-bond dynamics
Original languageEnglish
JournalIranian Chemical Society. Journal
Publication date2011
Volume8
Issue2
Pages424-432
ISSN1735-207X
StatePublished
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