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I know that in 3-D the probability of recurring a given point is zero for a Brownian particle.

Given an infinite absorbing wall/plane the probability of ultimately getting absorbed, for a Brownian particle, in 3-D geometry is '1'?

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  • $\begingroup$ Further more the probability of hitting a line should be 0 if I'm not mistaken $\endgroup$ – rtpax Feb 28 '18 at 17:44

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