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By Elena Vedmedenko

Platforms showing competing interactions of a few style are frequent - even more, in reality, as in general expected (magnetic and Ising-type interactions or the dynamics of DNA molecules being merely well known examples).Written for researchers within the box with diversified expert backgrounds, this quantity classifies phenomena no longer through method yet particularly via the kind of competing interactions concerned. this enables for an easy presentation of the underlying rules and the common legislation governing the behaviour of alternative systems.Starting with a old assessment, the writer proceeds by means of describing self-competitions of assorted forms of interactions (such as diploar or multipolar interactions), competitions among a short-range and a long-range interplay (as in Ising structures or DNA types) or among a long-range interplay and an anisotropy (as in ultrathin magnetic motion pictures or magnetic nanoparticles) and eventually competitions among interactions of an identical variety (as in spin glasses).Each bankruptcy encompasses a few issues of ideas which offer appropriate fabric for academics of arithmetic and physics in addition to biology courses.A giant physique of references to the unique literature make the quantity self-contained and perfect to grasp this interdisciplinary box.

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5 Self-Competition of the Short-Range Interactions 1208 arrangement of magnetic moments, parameter hf i is identical for both lattices and lower than for the corresponding Ising systems triangular hf iXY kagome hf iXY ˆ ˆ j À 6 À 6 Á cos 120 j ˆ 0:5 ; 6 j À 4 À 4 Á cos 120 j ˆ 0:5 : 4 …2:13† …2:14† Thus, in contrast to what is usually expected, an increase in configurational entropy leads to a decrease in the total energy per magnetic moment – that is, to a more ordered magnetic structure. 4982(35) [39].

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Interestingly, whether a system demonstrates a phase transition or not depends on its dimension. It had been proven that a one-dimensional Ising model with short-ranged interactions never exhibits phase transition at finite temperature [9]. In 1965, Mermin and Wagner [10] demonstrated conclusively that models with short-range interactions and rotationally symmetric order-parameters – among them the Heisenberg and XY models – are incapable of displaying longrange order at dimensions d £ 2 at finite temperature.

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