Solvable aggregation-annihilation processes with greater than two components
PHYSICAL REVIEW E VOLUME 55, NUMBER 2 FEBRUARY 1997，-0001，（）：
We study the aggregation-annihilation processes involving three or more kinds of distinct monomers species based on mean-field theory. We propose several solvable models in which irreversible bonding occurs only between similar species and annihilation occurs only between dissimilar species. Under constant aggregation and annihilation reaction rates, the exact solutions of these models are obtained. These analytical solutions show that the kinetic evolution behaviors of each species are quite different. They are scaling or nonscaling depending conclusively on all reaction rates and initial mass distribution of each of the reactants.