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Experimental Verification of the Fluctuation
Theorem in Expansion/Compression
Processes of a Single-Particle Gas
Lee Dong-yun¹, Chulan Kwon², Hyuk Kyu Pak¹
Department of physics, Pusan National University, Korea¹
Department of physics, Myongji University, Korea²
Nonequilibrium Statistical Physics of Complex Systems, KIAS, July 8, 2014
BIO-SOFT MATTER PHYSICS LAB
Ph. D studnt:
Dong Yun Lee
Collaborator:
Chulan Kwon
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Outline
 Introduction
 Experiment
 Results
Page  3
Crooks Fluctuation Theorem (CFT, G. E. Crooks 1998)
F
Pb ( W )
P f (W )
P f (W )
Pb (  W )
 exp[  (W   F )]
 CFT has drawn a lot of attention because of its usefulness in
experiment. This theorem makes it possible to experimentally
measure the free energy difference of the system during a nonequilibrium process.
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Why fluctuation theorem is important?
Verification of the Crooks
fluctuation theorem and
recovery of RNA folding
free energies
P f (W )
Pb ( W )
Collin, Bustmante et. al. Nature(2005)
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 exp[  (W   F )]
Idea
 Consider a particle trapped in a 1D harmonic potential
V (x )  kx
2
/2
where k is a trap strength of the potential.
 When the trap strength is either increasing or decreasing
isothermally in time, the particle is driven from equilibrium.
 Since the size of the system is finite, one can test the fluctuation
theorems in this system.
 We measure the work distribution and determine the free energy
difference of the process by using Crooks fluctuation theorem.
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Free Energy Difference of the System
forward
 Harmonic oscillator (in 1D)
- Hamiltonian is given by
H ( x, p ) 
p
2

2m
1
kx
2
backward
2
- Partition function is
Z 




 
exp   H ( x , p )dxdp / h  1 /    ,
 
k /m
- Free energy difference between two equilibrium states k i , k f  at the same
temperature is
  F  (  ln Z f )  (  ln Z i )  1 / 2 ln
- Forward process :
ki
k f  ki
 , F  0
(S  0)
k f  ki

(S  0)
Backward process:
- During these processes:
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kf
F  0
 ≡  =  
1D Brownian Motion of Single Particle in Heat Bath

=

 = − ,  
∙


= − ∙
 2
 2
 2
 2
=−





+ =
−


+  ,
+ −


+ 
 +




= 

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∙ ,
+ −
+ −
   ′




 ,  
+ ()
+ ()
= 2( −  ′ )

=  ∙  +






Thermodynamic 1st Law
−

1D Brownian Motion of Single Particle in Heat Bath
 2
 2



+ =

= 

+ −




+ ()
Thermodynamic 1st Law
−


 1 2
1 2
=
=
  =  

 2
2
In equilibrium,
 = 
→
=0 ,
=


0
=
1  2
 
2 

= −

In non-equilibrium steady state,
 ,  = 0,  = ,
 =  >0
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∆ =
∆

>0


 =0
Work done by external source converts to heat in
the heat bath.
Single Particle Gas under a Harmonic Potential
 Quasi-static process (Equilibrium process)
Thermodynamic work:
H
1
W    dt 


2

dk x
2
Here,  =  (external parameter)
dk/dt→0 :
(Quasi-static process)
x
-
eq
 x
 x
2
-
 d (W
dW
f
W
W
f
 W
 k BT / k
2
f
-
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x
2
b
b ) 
b

1
x
2
1
2
2
ln
eq
kf
ki
dk

 F
1 k BT
2
k
dk
Single Particle Gas under a Harmonic Potential
 Non-equilibrium process(dk/dt=finite)
Forward process
(dk/dt>0)
x
 x
2
2
Backward process
(dk/dt<0)
eq
x
f

 d W
neq
f

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

 d W
eq
f
W
 x
2
2
eq
b


 d  Wb
b
 W
eq
 F  W
neq
f


 d  Wb
eq

Single Particle under a Harmonic Potential
 Extreme limit of non-equilibrium process (dk/dt=infinite)
 The system remembers its
previous state.
Using recent theoretical
result,
a 
 
 Consider a sudden change limit
∞)
(dk/dt →
P f,b (W) = θ(  W)
π
a = k i / (k
(  βW)
f
1 / 2
e
 a βW
 ki )
- The particle is still at initial position.
- Position distribution is given by the initial
equilibrium Boltzmann distribution
- Using Equi-partition theorem
W  1/ 2
kf
dk x
2
and
x
ki
 W
neq

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W
 k BT / k i
k BT k f  k i
2

2
b
ki
 W
eq
 W
f
Kwon, Noh, Park, PRE 88 (2013)
Experimental Setup – Optical Tweezers with time dept. trap strength
**2 PMMA particle in do-decane liquid
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Temp. of the system is maintained at 27o±0.1o.
Particle position is measured with 1nm resolution.
Optical Tweezers
Developed by A. Ashkin
By strongly focusing a laser beam, one can create a large
electric field gradient which can create a force on a colloidal
particle with a radial displacement from the center of the trap.
F   U  
6 rV 2 n1
cR
  k ot re
Potential
Energy
Ftrap
2
 n 22  n12
I o  2
2
n

2
n
1
 2
2
r / R
2
 r2 / R2
e
rˆ


rˆ
For small displacements the force
is a Hooke’s law force.
Ftrap   k ot r
O
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where ,
r
k ot 
6V 2 n 1
cR
2
 n 22  n12
I o  2
2
 n 2  2 n1




Control of the Trap Strength
 The optical trap strength is proportional to the laser power.
 Therefore, when the laser power is changed linearly in time,
the optical strength should be increased or decreased linearly
in time.
 The laser power is controlled using LCVR(Liquid Crystal
Variable Retarders) which allows manipulation of polarization
states by applying an electric field to the liquid crystal.
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Laser Power Stability
 Since the optical trap strength is proportional to the laser
power, it is important to have a stable laser power in time.
 A feedback control of the laser power is used to reduce the
long time fluctuation of the laser power.
 During the experiment, the fluctuation of laser power is less
than ±0.5%.
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Measurements of Optical Trap Strength
 The optical trap strength is calibrated with three different methods
- Equi-partition theorem
1
k x

2
2
1
2
k BT
- Boltzmann distribution method
 (x )dx  Ce
  U (x )
dx , V (x ) 
1
2
kx
- Oscillating optical tweezers method
2
m
d x
dt
2

dx
 kx  A cos(  t )
dt
x  D ( ) cos(    ),   tan
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1
  


 k 
2
Passive Method of Measuring Optical Trap Strength
Equi-partition theorem Boltzmann distribution
1
2
k x
2

1
2
k BT
p (x )dx  Ce
k ot = 2.87 pN / μm
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  V (x )
dx , V (x ) 
1
2
kx
2
Boltzmann Statistics

p (x )dx  Ce
V (x )
kBT
QPD
dx
in 1Dim
V (x )   k B T ln p (x )  k B T lnC
Condenser
Potential
Energy
Tracking
beam
V (x ) 
1
2
k OT x
2
Objective
100 X
Oil
NA 1.35
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Profile of 1D Harmonic Potential
k ot = 2.87 pN / μm
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Measurements of Optical Trap Strength
with Controlled Laser Power
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Experimental Setup – Optical Tweezers with time dept. trap strength
**2 PMMA particle in do-decane liquid
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Temp. of the system is maintained at 27o±0.1o.
Particle position is measured with 1nm resolution.
Experimental Method
 Using a PMMA particle of 2µm diameter in do-decane solvent
 Linearly changing the trap strength in time
- From 2.87 to 0.94pN/µm (backward process)
- From 0.94 to 2.87pN/µm (forward process)
backward forward
- Theoretical free energy difference :
  F  1 / 2 ln( k f / k i )  0 . 558
 Data sampling :10kS/s (sampling in every 100sec)
 Repetition is over 40000 times
 Total number of steps : 360
 Rate of changing trap strength(pN/µm·s) : 0.268, 0.536, 2.68, 5.36
by changing the time difference between the neighboring steps
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from 1msec to 20msec
Laser Power and Trap Strength in Time
EQ
EQ
backward
EQ
forward
k = ± 0.536 pN / μm  s
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Work Probabilities for Four Different Protocols
 = 0.268pN/µm·s
 = 0.536pN/µm·s
 = 2.68pN/µm·s
 =5.36pN/µm·s
P f (W )
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Pb ( W )
 exp[  (W   F )]
Mean Work Value and
Expected Free Energy Difference
W
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b

W
eq
 F
 W
f
Verification of Crooks Fluctuation Theorem
 Fastest protocol,  = 5.36pN/µm·s
P f (W )
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Pb ( W )
 Fast protocol,  = 2.68pN/µm·s
 exp[  (W   F )]
Conclusion
 We experimentally demonstrated the CFT in an exactly solvable real
system.
P f (W )
Pb ( W )
 exp[  (W   F )]
 We also showed that mean works obey
in non-equilibrium processes.
W
b
 W
eq
 W
 Useful to make a micrometer-sized stochastic heat engine.
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f
Thank you for your attentions.
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Supplement
 Partition function
Z 




 
exp   H ( x , p )dxdp / h  1 /    ,
 
k /m
 Free energy
 =  −  = −   =   ln ( ℏ) =   ln
ℏ 
  
1
ℏ
2
  
=   ln  +   ln
 Internal Energy
≡  =−
ln

=  
 =  − 
: constant.
: Fluctuating value
 Entropy
S=−


=  ln + 1 =  ln
 

ℏ

+1
1
ℏ
2
  
= −  ln  −  [ ln
− 1]
A piston-cylinder system with ideal gas
 Quasi-static Compression (Equilibrium process)
-
Thermodynamic work:
W    P (V ) dV
dV/dt → 0
(Quasi-static Compression)
Forward process
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 P f  Pb
eq
-
P
-
dW
-
 F  W  W f  W b
f
 d ( W b )  P
W
eq
dV
 E
S
 Q
 E
S
T S S
 F
S
A piston-cylinder system with ideal gas
 Non-equilibrium process (dV/dt= finite)
-
Backward process
(Expansion dV/dt>0)
Pb  P

Pf
eq
 d  Wb
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Forward process
(Compression dV/dt<0)

 d  Wb

W
neq

eq
b
 P
 d W f

eq
neq
 W
eq
 F  W
f

 d W f
eq

Oscillatory Optical tweezers
When a single particle of mass m in suspension is forced into an
oscillatory motion A cos  t by optical tweezers, it experiences
following two forces;
Viscous drag force
Fdrag  
Spring-like force
d x ( , t )
a
Ftrap  k ot  A cos  t  x ( , t ) 
dt
x ( , t )
The equation of motion for a particle
A cos  t
Reference
position O
O’
m x    x  k ot  A cos  t  x 
Oscillatory Optical tweezers
The equation of motion for a particle trapped by an oscillating trap in a
viscous medium, as a function of x ( , t )
2
m
d x
dt
2

dx
dt
2
 k O T x  k O T A cos  t
d x
k OT

2
Neglect the first term ( m dt ) (In extremely overdamped  

2
m
4m
case ), and assume a steady state solution in the form
2
o
2
x ( , t )  D ( ) co s   t   ( ) 
The amplitude and the phase of the displacement of a trapped particle
is given by
D ( )
A

kOT
  
2
 kOT
2
 ( )  tan
1
  


 kOT 
where the amplitude (D(ω)) and the phase shift (δ(ω)) can be measured
directly with a lock-in amplifier and set-up of the oscillatory optical
tweezers in the next page, .
Active Method of Measuring Optical Trap Strength
Fixed potential well
Horizontally oscillating
potential well
Equation of motion
m x(t) + γ x (t) + k ot x(t) = A cos ( ωt )
Phase delay
  tan
1
  


k


Characteristic equilibration time in this system
 In non-equilibrium process, the external parameters have to be
changed before the system relaxes to the equilibrium state.
 Mean squared displacement:
 xx 
x (t )  
x (0)  
2
- After the particle loses its initial information then  xx obeys the equi-partition
theorem.
- In our system, the characteristic equilibration time(  ) is about 20ms.
 t   ,  xx  k B T / k
(equi-partition theorem)
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Calculation of Work
•
Thermodynamic work
=
=
 
1

2
 1
= 
 2
 ∆
2
•
 : constant value
•
Forward work is always positive.
f > 0
Therefore,  < 0
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  2
Work Probability : Slowest protocol,  = 0.268pN/µm·s
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Work Probability : Slow protocol,  = 0.536pN/µm·s
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Work Probability : Fast protocol,  = 2.68pN/µm·s
Page  40
Work Probability : Fastest protocol,  =5.36pN/µm·s
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