Transient superdiffusion in correlated diffusive media
Diffusion processes are studied theoretically for the case where the diffusion coefficient is itself a time and position dependent random function. We investigate how inhomogeneities and fluctuations of the diffusion coefficient affect the transport using a perturbative approach, with a special attention to the time scaling of the second moment. We show that correlated disorder can lead to anomalous transport and superdiffusion.
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