Advances in Chemical Physics, Volume 43 by Ilya Prigogine, Stuart A. Rice

By Ilya Prigogine, Stuart A. Rice

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When two roots are equal there is usually a third unequal root. When Ej Ell, is an entry point, the roots are l , a , a . Since j corresponds to the root x = 1, which is the third unequal root, we can find the entry points by writing the equation of motion as and comparing coefficients with the original equation to obtain One of these equations is redundant; eliminating a from the other two gives the curve Fig. 2. 8, as represented in stoichiometric network analysis (left) and in catastrophe theory (right).

The kinetic parametrization is very poor for stability analysis because M,@J is an extremely complicated function of p,. ,; in the decomposition of the current cone. The physical steady state corresponding to an element p, E D , will be defined by specifying the mapping +,=: D,+ D , and proving this mapping to be one to one. For each p, E D, there is a positive vector Xo representing the steady-state con)@ ,,+ E D , are defined by centrations. The first n components of p, = hi = l/X? 35) This equation defines a unique h for every p, E D , because DK does not include steady states where any components of X vanish.

38 B. L. CLARKE The edge of the fold has two roots x = 1 and is an exit point. Dividing the right-hand side by ( x - 1)’ yields the factorization X = - ( X - l)’[(jr + j 2 ) x + 2j, + j , - j31 - ( x - 1)[3j, + j 2 - j 3 + j41 A double root occurs if and only if the second term vanishes, so that the equation of the exit points is 3j1 + j 2 -j 3 +j 4 = 0 which is plotted in Fig. 2 as a line segment. When two roots are equal there is usually a third unequal root. When Ej Ell, is an entry point, the roots are l , a , a .

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