Suppression of thermally activated escape by heating

Getfert S, Reimann P (2009)

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The problem of thermally activated escape over a potential barrier is solved by means of path integrals for one-dimensional reaction dynamics with very general time dependences. For a suitably chosen but still quite simple static potential landscape, the net escape rate may be substantially reduced by temporally increasing the temperature above its unperturbed constant level.
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Getfert S, Reimann P. Suppression of thermally activated escape by heating. PHYSICAL REVIEW E. 2009;80(3).
Getfert, S., & Reimann, P. (2009). Suppression of thermally activated escape by heating. PHYSICAL REVIEW E, 80(3).
Getfert, S., and Reimann, P. (2009). Suppression of thermally activated escape by heating. PHYSICAL REVIEW E 80.
Getfert, S., & Reimann, P., 2009. Suppression of thermally activated escape by heating. PHYSICAL REVIEW E, 80(3).
S. Getfert and P. Reimann, “Suppression of thermally activated escape by heating”, PHYSICAL REVIEW E, vol. 80, 2009.
Getfert, S., Reimann, P.: Suppression of thermally activated escape by heating. PHYSICAL REVIEW E. 80, (2009).
Getfert, Sebastian, and Reimann, Peter. “Suppression of thermally activated escape by heating”. PHYSICAL REVIEW E 80.3 (2009).
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