By Stuart A. Rice
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1, p. ) a fact that faces every theoretical physicist. ’’ He accepts this simplifying representation in order to construct his theory, hoping that it keeps the essential elements for the understanding of the phenomenon that is studied. Experiment will validate (or invalidate) in ﬁne the chosen model. ’’ Thus, Prigogine and Petrosky (PP) introduced the model of a ‘‘Large Poincare´ system’’ (LPS). As stated above, the latter is, in fact, a large system, to which the operation of ‘‘Thermodynamic limit’’ is applied.
A few remarks will help us in understanding the importance of this result. One should ﬁrst stress the fact that this proposition (when precisely formulated) has the status of a theorem, proven with the full rigor required by mathematics. Next, one should note that we have here an ‘‘existence theorem’’: The class of systems to which it applies is deﬁned in a univocal, but abstract, nonconstructive way. ’’ Although this class is mathematically well-deﬁned, it is extremely difﬁcult to prove that a given physical system belong to this class.
D). For 14 E. ’’ ilya prigogine: his life, his work 27 the former, all the results of reversible Newtonian mechanics remain valid. But they form a quite small exceptional set, compared to the set of nonintegrable systems (whose degrees of freedom are coupled by interactions). ’’ The impossibility of prediction is therefore related to the impossibility of deﬁning an instantaneous state (in the framework of classical mechanics) as a limit of a ﬁnite region of phase space (thus a limit of a result of a set of measurements).
Advances in Chemical Physics, by Stuart A. Rice