Mass Action Law

Some articles on mass action law, action, laws:

Detailed Balance - Dissipation in Systems With Semi-detailed Balance
... Let us represent the generalized mass action law in the equivalent form the rate of the elementary process is where is the chemical potential and is the Helmholtz free energy ... for the representation of dissipation for the mass action law This function may be considered as the sum of the reaction rates for deformed input stoichiometric ... is the general dissipation formula for the generalized mass action law ...
Noam Chomsky - Thought - Politics
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