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The kinetic limit of a system of coagulating Brownian particles. To appear in Arch. Rational Mech. Anal. Available at www.arxiv.org/math.PR/0408395. 29 Alan Hammond and Fraydoun Rezakhanlou. The kinetic limit of a system of coagulating planar Brownian par
"... Understanding the evolution in time of macroscopic quantities such as pressure or temperature is a central task in nonequilibrium statistical mechanics. We study this problem rigorously for a model of massbearing Brownian particles that are prone to coagulate when they are close, where the macrosc ..."
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Understanding the evolution in time of macroscopic quantities such as pressure or temperature is a central task in nonequilibrium statistical mechanics. We study this problem rigorously for a model of massbearing Brownian particles that are prone to coagulate when they are close, where the macroscopic quantity in this case is the density of particles of a given mass. Brownian motion