The three-dimensional, three-state Potts model in an external field

Karsch F, Stickan S (2000)
PHYSICS LETTERS B 488(3-4): 319-325.

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We analyze the critical behaviour of the 3-d, 3-state Potts model in the presence of an external ordering field. From a finite size scaling analysis on lattices of size up to 70(3) we determine the critical endpoint of the line of first order phase transitions as (beta(c),h(c)) = (0.54938(2),0.000775(10)). We determine the relevant temperature like and symmetry breaking directions at this second order critical point and explicitly verify that it is in the universality class of the 3-d Ising model. (C) 2000 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.
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Karsch F, Stickan S. The three-dimensional, three-state Potts model in an external field. PHYSICS LETTERS B. 2000;488(3-4):319-325.
Karsch, F., & Stickan, S. (2000). The three-dimensional, three-state Potts model in an external field. PHYSICS LETTERS B, 488(3-4), 319-325.
Karsch, F., and Stickan, S. (2000). The three-dimensional, three-state Potts model in an external field. PHYSICS LETTERS B 488, 319-325.
Karsch, F., & Stickan, S., 2000. The three-dimensional, three-state Potts model in an external field. PHYSICS LETTERS B, 488(3-4), p 319-325.
F. Karsch and S. Stickan, “The three-dimensional, three-state Potts model in an external field”, PHYSICS LETTERS B, vol. 488, 2000, pp. 319-325.
Karsch, F., Stickan, S.: The three-dimensional, three-state Potts model in an external field. PHYSICS LETTERS B. 488, 319-325 (2000).
Karsch, Frithjof, and Stickan, S. “The three-dimensional, three-state Potts model in an external field”. PHYSICS LETTERS B 488.3-4 (2000): 319-325.
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