Chiral potts spin glass in d=2 and 3 dimensions
Çağlar, Tolga and Berker, A. Nihat (2016) Chiral potts spin glass in d=2 and 3 dimensions. Physical Review E, 94 (3). ISSN 2470-0045 (Print) 2470-0053 (Online)
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Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevE.94.032121
The chiral spin-glass Potts system with q = 3 states is studied in d = 2 and 3 spatial dimensions by renormalization-group theory and the global phase diagrams are calculated in temperature, chirality concentration p, and chirality-breaking concentration c, with determination of phase chaos and phase-boundary chaos. In d = 3, the system has ferromagnetic, left-chiral, right-chiral, chiral spin-glass, and disordered phases. The phase boundaries to the ferromagnetic, left-and right-chiral phases show, differently, an unusual, fibrous patchwork (microreentrances) of all four (ferromagnetic, left-chiral, right-chiral, chiral spin-glass) ordered phases, especially in the multicritical region. The chaotic behavior of the interactions, under scale change, are determined in the chiral spin-glass phase and on the boundary between the chiral spin-glass and disordered phases, showing Lyapunov exponents in magnitudes reversed from the usual ferromagnetic-antiferromagnetic spin-glass systems. At low temperatures, the boundaries of the left-and right-chiral phases become thresholded in p and c. In d = 2, the chiral spin-glass Potts system does not have a spin-glass phase, consistently with the lower-critical dimension of ferromagnetic-antiferromagnetic spin glasses. The left-and right-chirally ordered phases show reentrance in chirality concentration p.
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