The influence of external fluctuations in phase separation processes is analysed. These fluctuations
arise from random variations of an external control parameter. A linear stability analysis of the
homogeneous state shows that phase separation dynamics can be induced by external noise. The
spatial structure of the noise is found to have a relevant role in this phenomenon. Numerical
simulations confirm these results. A comparison with order-disorder noise induced phase transitions
is also made.
CitationGarcía-Ojalvo, J.; Lacasta, A.M.; Sancho, J.M.; Toral, R. "Phase separation driven by external fluctuations". Europhysics Letters, 1998, vol. 42, núm. 2, p. 125-130. ISSN:0295-5075
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