Generalized hydrodynamic analysis of transport through a finite open nanopore for two-component single-file systems Lai, King Pleasant, Tyler García, Andrés Evans, James Evans, James
dc.contributor.department Ames Laboratory
dc.contributor.department Physics and Astronomy
dc.contributor.department Mathematics 2020-10-27T04:29:55.000 2021-02-24T20:25:33Z 2021-02-24T20:25:33Z 2020-06-01
dc.description.abstract <p>Single-file diffusion (SFD) in finite open nanopores is characterized by nonzero spatially varying tracer diffusion coefficients within a generalized hydrodynamic description. This contrasts with infinite SFD systems where tracer diffusivity vanishes. In standard tracer counterpermeation (TCP) analysis, two reservoirs, each containing a different species, are connected to opposite ends of a finite pore. We implement an <em>extended TCP analysis</em> to allow the two reservoirs to contain slightly different mixtures of the two species. Then, determination of diffusion fluxes through the pore allows extraction of diffusion coefficients for near-constant partial concentrations of the two species. This analysis is applied for a lattice-gas model describing two-component SFD through a finite linear pore represented by a one-dimensional array of cells. Two types of particles, A and B, can hop only to adjacent empty cells with generally different rates, hA and hB. Particles are noninteracting other than exclusion of multiple cell occupancy. Results reveal generalized hydrodynamic tracer diffusion coefficients which adopt small values inversely proportional to pore length in the pore center, but which are strongly enhanced near pore openings.</p>
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dc.source.uri 10.1103/PhysRevE.101.062103
dc.subject.disciplines Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics
dc.title Generalized hydrodynamic analysis of transport through a finite open nanopore for two-component single-file systems
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