Non-ideal non-uniform systems
In a ‘distributed’ model for a non-uniform lattice, each site is considered a separate type of the region of localization of the molecule – this is the most common type of non-uniform lattice [14,21-23]. Let us consider the question of the self-consistency of the expressions for the rates of elementary reactions (stages) occurring at one and two sites and for the equilibrium state of the reaction system in the QCA, taking into account any radius of the interaction potential between the neighbours R on the distributed model of the non-uniform lattice system. To this end, we will operate with specific individual sites, i.e. before the averaging procedure with different distribution functions for the composition and structure of the non-uniform surface. The averaged models are obtained from the expressions for the distributed model by weighting using the functions discussed in [14,21-23].