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Fractional noise in nanopores

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Fluctuations are ubiquitous in bio and artificial nanopores. Their dramatic consequences on transport, in particular noise, are subtle and highly intricate. Yet bio and artificial pores have to optimize signal-to-noise ratios to achieve complex tasks.

Here we show that even in the simplest nanoporous setting the osmotic pressure exhibits non-trivial fractional noise in time (i.e. grows sub linearly with time). We will rationalize this effect and investigate its consequences for nanoporous transport.

This talk is part of the Lennard-Jones Centre series.

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