Cluster percolation and pseudocritical behaviour in spin models

Fortunato S, Satz H (2001)
PHYSICS LETTERS B 509(1-2): 189-195.

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The critical behaviour of many spin models can be equivalently formulated as percolation of specific site-bond clusters. In the presence of an external magnetic field, such clusters remain well-defined and lead to a percolation transition, even though the system no longer shows thermal critical behaviour. We investigate the 2-dimensional Ising model and the 3-dimensional O(2) model by means of Monte Carlo simulations. We find for small fields that the line of percolation critical points has the same functional form as the line of thermal pseudocritical points. (C) 2001 Published by Elsevier Science B.V.
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Fortunato S, Satz H. Cluster percolation and pseudocritical behaviour in spin models. PHYSICS LETTERS B. 2001;509(1-2):189-195.
Fortunato, S., & Satz, H. (2001). Cluster percolation and pseudocritical behaviour in spin models. PHYSICS LETTERS B, 509(1-2), 189-195.
Fortunato, S., and Satz, H. (2001). Cluster percolation and pseudocritical behaviour in spin models. PHYSICS LETTERS B 509, 189-195.
Fortunato, S., & Satz, H., 2001. Cluster percolation and pseudocritical behaviour in spin models. PHYSICS LETTERS B, 509(1-2), p 189-195.
S. Fortunato and H. Satz, “Cluster percolation and pseudocritical behaviour in spin models”, PHYSICS LETTERS B, vol. 509, 2001, pp. 189-195.
Fortunato, S., Satz, H.: Cluster percolation and pseudocritical behaviour in spin models. PHYSICS LETTERS B. 509, 189-195 (2001).
Fortunato, S, and Satz, Helmut. “Cluster percolation and pseudocritical behaviour in spin models”. PHYSICS LETTERS B 509.1-2 (2001): 189-195.
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