Rare events out of equilibrium: mobility through the liquid–liquid interface
Transition state theory provides a well established means to compute the rate at which rare events occur; however, this is strictly an equilibrium approach. Here we consider a nonequilibrium problem of this nature in the form of transport through a liquid–liquid interface. When two immiscible liquids are coexisting in equilibrium, there will be a certain amount of mixing between the two phases, resulting in a finite linear mobility across the liquid–liquid interface. We derive an exact...[Show more]
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