Ergodic properties of the multidimensional rayleigh gas with a semipermeable barrier

L. Erdös, D. Tuyen, Journal of Statistical Physics 59 (1990) 1589–1602.

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We consider a multidimensional system consisting of a particle of mass M and radius r (molecule), surrounded by an infinite ideal gas of point particles of mass m (atoms). The molecule is confined to the unit ball and interacts with its boundary (barrier) via elastic collision, while the atoms are not affected by the boundary. We obtain convergence to equilibrium for the molecule from almost every initial distribution on its position and velocity. Furthermore, we prove that the infinite composite system of the molecule and the atoms is Bernoulli.
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1990-06-01
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Journal of Statistical Physics
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59
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5-6
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1589 - 1602
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Erdös L, Tuyen D. Ergodic properties of the multidimensional rayleigh gas with a semipermeable barrier. Journal of Statistical Physics. 1990;59(5-6):1589-1602. doi:10.1007/BF01334766
Erdös, L., & Tuyen, D. (1990). Ergodic properties of the multidimensional rayleigh gas with a semipermeable barrier. Journal of Statistical Physics, 59(5–6), 1589–1602. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01334766
Erdös, László, and Dao Tuyen. “Ergodic Properties of the Multidimensional Rayleigh Gas with a Semipermeable Barrier.” Journal of Statistical Physics 59, no. 5–6 (1990): 1589–1602. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01334766.
L. Erdös and D. Tuyen, “Ergodic properties of the multidimensional rayleigh gas with a semipermeable barrier,” Journal of Statistical Physics, vol. 59, no. 5–6, pp. 1589–1602, 1990.
Erdös L, Tuyen D. 1990. Ergodic properties of the multidimensional rayleigh gas with a semipermeable barrier. Journal of Statistical Physics. 59(5–6), 1589–1602.
Erdös, László, and Dao Tuyen. “Ergodic Properties of the Multidimensional Rayleigh Gas with a Semipermeable Barrier.” Journal of Statistical Physics, vol. 59, no. 5–6, Springer, 1990, pp. 1589–602, doi:10.1007/BF01334766.

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