【摘要】：The dynamics of zero-range processes on complex networks is expected to be influenced by the topological structure of underlying networks. A real space complete condensation phase transition in the stationary state may occur. We study the finite density effects of the condensation transition in both the stationary and dynamical zero-range processes on scalefree networks. By means of grand canonical ensemble method, we predict analytically the scaling laws of the average occupation number with respect to the finite density for the steady state. We further explore the relaxation dynamics of the condensation phase transition. By applying the hierarchical evolution and scaling ansatz, a scaling law for the relaxation dynamics is predicted. Monte Carlo simulations are performed and the predicted density scaling laws are nicely validated.