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The Two-Dimensional Ising Model

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ISBN 9780674180758

Publication Date: 01/01/1973

418 pages


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  • I. Introduction
  • II. Statistical Mechanics
  • III. The One-Dimensional Ising Model
  • IV. Dimer Statistics
  • V. Specific Heat of Onsager’s Lattice in the Absence of a Magnetic Field
  • VI. Boundary Specific Heat and Magnetization
  • VII. Boundary Spin-Spin Correlation Functions
  • VIII. The Correlation Functions <σo,oσo,N> and <σo,oσN,N>
  • IX. Wiener-Hopf Sum Equations
  • X. Spontaneous Magnetization
  • XI. Behavior of the Correlation Functions <σo,oσo,N> and <σo,oσN,N> for Large N
  • XII. Asymptotic Expansion of <σo,oσ,N>
  • XIII. Boundary Hysteresis and Spin Probability Functions
  • XIV. An Ising Model with Random Impurities: Specific Heat
  • XV. An Ising Model with Random Impurities: Boundary Effects
  • XVI. Epilogue
  • Appendix A
  • Appendix B
  • Index

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