By Ilya Prigogine, Stuart A. Rice
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Suppose the equations have a limit cycle oscillation and x i ( t ) oscillates between x y and x y . The range of x i ( t ) is A x j = x y - xlY" > 0. 60) We can always satisfy the condition h > ho by choosing A large enough. Assume A > 1. 60), AX; = A X i / A , so AX; < A X i . Hence the amplitude of the oscillation decreases. Hence we may choose A so that is less than the limit set by the solubility of the species. Summarizing, any dynamical feature of the nonlinear equations may be made to appear in the potentially accessible region of D, by choosing A sufficiently large and p sufficiently small.
Since e:vo = 1, B has rank d + 1. To find an extreme current, we select d + 1 columns of B and construct a square matrix that usually may be inverted to obtain vo. All possible extreme currents are found by selecting the d 1 columns in all possible ways (see Ref. 10). It often happens that for certain choices of d + 1 columns, the resulting matrix has rank less than d + 1. 16) cannot be solved because the chosen columns of B form a singular matrix. 16) with a linearly independent set of columns.
In this section we have proved that the full range of mathematically possible dynamical phenomena of the network can occur in the potentially 43 STABILITY OF COMPLEX REACTION NETWORKS accessible region. Neither thermodynamics, nor solubilities, nor upper limits to the reaction velocities can prevent any mathematically possible dynamical phenomenon from being physically possible. All that is needed is a mechanism that gives the network when the appropriate species are treated as external species, and sufficient flexibility in the ratios of concentrations of the external species to reach the appropriate part of the potentially accessible region of parameter space.
Advances in Chemical Physics, Volume 43 by Ilya Prigogine, Stuart A. Rice