Giant acceleration of free diffusion by use of tilted periodic potentials

Reimann P, Van den Broeck C, Linke H, Hänggi P, Rubi JM, Perez-Madrid A (2001)
Physical Review Letters 87(1): 010602.

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The effective diffusion coefficient for the overdamped Brownian motion in a tilted periodic potential is calculated in closed analytical form. Universality classes and scaling properties for weak thermal noise are identified near the threshold tilt where deterministic running solutions set in. In this regime the diffusion may be greatly enhanced, as compared to free thermal diffusion with, for a realistic experimental setup, an enhancement of up to 14 orders of magnitude.
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Reimann P, Van den Broeck C, Linke H, Hänggi P, Rubi JM, Perez-Madrid A. Giant acceleration of free diffusion by use of tilted periodic potentials. Physical Review Letters. 2001;87(1):010602.
Reimann, P., Van den Broeck, C., Linke, H., Hänggi, P., Rubi, J. M., & Perez-Madrid, A. (2001). Giant acceleration of free diffusion by use of tilted periodic potentials. Physical Review Letters, 87(1), 010602. doi:10.1103/PhysRevLett.87.010602
Reimann, P., Van den Broeck, C., Linke, H., Hänggi, P., Rubi, J. M., and Perez-Madrid, A. (2001). Giant acceleration of free diffusion by use of tilted periodic potentials. Physical Review Letters 87, 010602.
Reimann, P., et al., 2001. Giant acceleration of free diffusion by use of tilted periodic potentials. Physical Review Letters, 87(1), p 010602.
P. Reimann, et al., “Giant acceleration of free diffusion by use of tilted periodic potentials”, Physical Review Letters, vol. 87, 2001, pp. 010602.
Reimann, P., Van den Broeck, C., Linke, H., Hänggi, P., Rubi, J.M., Perez-Madrid, A.: Giant acceleration of free diffusion by use of tilted periodic potentials. Physical Review Letters. 87, 010602 (2001).
Reimann, Peter, Van den Broeck, C., Linke, H., Hänggi, P., Rubi, J. M., and Perez-Madrid, A. “Giant acceleration of free diffusion by use of tilted periodic potentials”. Physical Review Letters 87.1 (2001): 010602.
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