Critical behavior of the random Potts model

Khasanov, B. M.; Belov, S. I.; Tayurskii, D. A.
November 1994
Journal of Applied Physics;11/15/1994, Vol. 76 Issue 10, p6353
Academic Journal
Focuses on a study which explored the phase transition in the continual random n-component Potts model through the renormalization group method. Description of lattice sites in the model; Values of change in renormalization group transformation; Critical behavior of the Potts model.


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