Diffusion with "collisions" between particles.

by Theodore Edward Harris

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A study of diffusion processes. Two or more particles diffuse on the same line; each moves independently of the others according to the Brownian movement (Wiener process) except when collision occurs. An assumption is made as to what happens at collisions. A study of diffusion processes. Two or more particles diffuse on the same line; each moves independently of the others according to the Brownian movement (Wiener process) except when collision occurs. An assumption is made as to what happens at collisions. 34 pp.

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