In summary, EIT is not only a conceptually interesting theory, with contributions to such basic questions as the form of the entropy and temperature in nonequilibrium
states and the formulation of the second law in far-from-equilibrium situations, but it is also able to describe sophisticated experiments at micro- and nanoscales.
The role of transient dynamics seems to be a key point for a better understanding of nonequilibrium
behavior in communities dynamic.
This approach relies on the linear relationship between the logarithms of gene flow and spatial distance observed by Slatkin (1993) in both analytical and simulation-based examinations of isolation by distance in equilibrium and nonequilibrium
Calcia-based sorbents have been injected near the exit of the primary zone to capture the sulfur based on nonequilibrium
capture; the spent sotbent is removed with the slag in the impact separator or cyclone separator.
Such cusps have actually been seen on crystal surfaces, but metallurgists have usually interpreted them as the result of defects or nonequilibrium
Weakly interacting polaritons constitute a rich system for studying nonequilibrium
condensation and superfluidity.
Chemical thermodynamics; with examples for nonequilibrium
The above observation suggests nonequilibrium
miscibility in all systems and compositions under study.
statistical physics; linear irreversible processes.
Thus, patterns of productivity in tallgrass prairie are best explained within the context of a nonequilibrium
system where the relative limitations of N, energy, and water vary across multiple scales in both space and time (Seastedt and Knapp 1993).
Lack of concordance between genetic divergence and distance indicates nonequilibrium
conditions that could possibly result from historical perturbations (Slatkin 1993).