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Thermodynamics of Chemical Reactions Networks

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I will start by presenting the basic principles to formulate a thermodynamic description of open chemical reaction networks, emphasizing the role of conservation laws. I will do so by considering the deterministic description of elementary reactions in ideal homogeneous solutions. I will then briefly discuss various extensions to non-ideal solutions, reaction-diffusion, non-elementary reactions and stochastic description. I will end by showing how to apply the theory to study energy and information transduction in molecular motors and cellular metabolism.

This talk is part of the DAMTP Statistical Physics and Soft Matter Seminar series.

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