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“…Topic 4, transport in ionic membranes, has received extensive theoretical treatment by solution of the flux equations for various boundary conditions, numbers, charges, and mobilities of species. Recommended are studies by Macdonald (706), Buck (169), Stishkov (1103), Malvadkar and Kostin (725), Barry and Diamond (fixed sites) (76,77), Kobatake (568), Kataoka (548), Arndt, Bond, and Roper (47) and computer solutions by Onega (875). Reviews of electrochemical phenomena are by Teorell (1141) and Franck (323).…”
Section: Some New Departures and Fundamental Problems In Potentiometrymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Topic 4, transport in ionic membranes, has received extensive theoretical treatment by solution of the flux equations for various boundary conditions, numbers, charges, and mobilities of species. Recommended are studies by Macdonald (706), Buck (169), Stishkov (1103), Malvadkar and Kostin (725), Barry and Diamond (fixed sites) (76,77), Kobatake (568), Kataoka (548), Arndt, Bond, and Roper (47) and computer solutions by Onega (875). Reviews of electrochemical phenomena are by Teorell (1141) and Franck (323).…”
Section: Some New Departures and Fundamental Problems In Potentiometrymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The use of tabletop models and analog computers in physics, though previously unexplored in the context of quantum vacuum fluctuations, continues to play an important role in contemporary research areas like quantum evolution (32) and quantum information (33). For example, many analog computers have been developed to simulate fluid flow problems (34,35), electromagnetic and acoustic wavefields (36), cell electrolysis (37), and many of the problems governed by Laplace's equations (38). More recently, advances in the field of microwave electromagnetics (which offers unprecedented control over sources and detection of microwaves), have spurred the development of classical electromagnetic analog computations for studying complex quantum problems, including the calculation of the energy levels of Bloch electrons in magnetic fields (39) and the dynamics of certain classes of chaotic quantum systems (32), to name a few.…”
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