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Название: Long Time Tails in Stationary Random Media II: Applications
Авторы: Machta J., Ernst M.H.
In a previous paper we developed a mode-coupling theory to describe the long time properties of diffusion in stationary, statistically homogeneous, random media. Here the general theory is applied to deterministic and stochastic Lorentz models and several hopping models. The mode-coupling theory predicts that the amplitudes of the long time tails for these systems are determined by spatial fluctuations in a coarse-grained diffusion coefficient and a coarse-grained free volume. For one-dimensional models these amplitudes can be evaluated, and the mode-coupling theory is shown to agree with exact solutions obtained for these models. For higher-dimensional Lorentz models the formal theory yields expres- sions which are difficult to evaluate. For these models we develop an approxima- tion scheme based upon projecting fluctuations in the diffusion coefficient and free volume onto fluctuations in the density of scatterers.