By Biryukov O.N.
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The names “ordered” and “disordered” are connected with the fact that by putting together either of the ﬁrst two “ordered” conﬁgurations one can construct an isotropic inﬁnite two-dimensional Ising lattice, while this cannot be June 25, 2004 14:17 WSPC/Book Trim Size for 9in x 6in 20 Phase Transitions configurations Fig. 2 Diﬀerent conﬁgurations of an elementary cell of a 2D Ising square lattice divided into four groups, when the energy E and number of conﬁgurations N are shown for each group. Groups a and b contain non-degenerate conﬁgurations while degeneracies are inherent in groups c and d.
B. Liu and M. Gitterman, Am. J. Phys. 71 806 (2003). ) June 25, 2004 22 14:17 WSPC/Book Trim Size for 9in x 6in chap02 Phase Transitions given one by the ﬂipping of a single spin, have an energy diﬀerent from that of the original one. By contrast, all the conﬁgurations contained in group c do not change their energy if one of the spins is ﬂipped. Hence, these conﬁgurations have adjacent states of the same energy, and with respect to this property we call these conﬁgurations “degenerate”. The situation is slightly more complicated for the conﬁgurations belonging to group d.
16) When the system approaches the temperature T0 from above, the order parameter jumps discontinuously from η1 to η2 , which means that a ﬁrst order phase transition occurs there. 2. 8). Then, for a minimum June 25, 2004 14:17 WSPC/Book Trim Size for 9in x 6in 30 chap03 Phase Transitions of G (M ) to exist, one has to consider the sixth order term in the expansion of G(M ), G = G0 + a(T − Tc )M 2 − |B|M 4 + DM 6 . 17) The conditions for a minimum of Eq. 17) lead to M1 = 0, M2 = √ 1 |B| + 3D B 2 − 3aD(T − Tc ) 1 2 .
A bound for the topological entropy of homeomorphisms of a punctured two-dimensional disk by Biryukov O.N.