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Theory and simulation of the dynamic heat capacity of the east Ising model
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10.1063/1.3469767
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Image of FIG. 1.
FIG. 1.

Real and imaginary components of the dynamic heat capacity plotted against frequency on a log-log scale for a range of temperatures. The squares and circles are the real and imaginary parts of the simulation data, respectively, with every other point dropped for clarity. The dashed line is the Markov chain Debye series computation, truncated by the number of terms that could be computed numerically. The solid line is the extended Markov chain Debye series fit. The parameters for the four plots are (a) a temperature of , domain length at truncation , and best fit maximum effective domain length ; (b) , , and ; (c) , , and no possible fit for ; (d) , , and no possible fit for .

Image of FIG. 2.
FIG. 2.

The phase lag plotted against frequency on a semilogarithmic scale for the same range of temperatures as Fig. 1. The circles are the simulation data and the lines have the same meaning as in Fig. 1.

Image of FIG. 3.
FIG. 3.

Cole–Cole plots for the same range of temperatures as Fig. 1. The circles are the simulation data and the lines have the same meaning as in Fig. 1. The range of the real axis in plots (a)–(c) is between zero and the equilibrium heat capacity. The scale on the imaginary axis is twice the scale on the real axis for clarity.

Image of FIG. 4.
FIG. 4.

(a) The imaginary part of the dynamic heat capacity normalized by peak height plotted against frequency normalized by peak frequency on a log-log scale. Each curve is from simulation data for temperatures ranging from to (as labeled), and each successive curve differs from the next by a constant change in temperature of 0.1. (b) Equilibrium heat capacity (solid line) and imaginary peak height from simulation (squares) plotted against temperature. The vertical dashed line goes through the peak of the equilibrium heat capacity. (c) Fitted maximum isolated domain length plotted against the mean domain length . The solid line has a slope of one, and the dashed line is a linear fit to the data. (d) Relaxation time for the KWW (squares) and HN (inverted triangles) fits plotted against the relaxation time of the largest nonisolated domain on a log-log scale. The solid line has a slope of one.

Image of FIG. 5.
FIG. 5.

Plots of the fitting parameters. (a) Relaxation time plotted against inverse temperature on a semilogarithmic scale. The squares are from KWW fits to simulation data. The center curve is a Vogel–Fulcher fit, the upper curve fit is to with , the lower curve fit is to with . Upper and lower curves are shifted vertically for clarity. (b) Relaxation time plotted against inverse temperature squared on a semilogarithmic scale. The squares are from KWW fits to the simulation data. The dashed line is an EITS fit to the last six relaxation times. The solid lines have slopes of 1/ln 2 and 1/2 ln 2. (c) Shape parameters fit from simulation data, (squares) (inverted triangles), and (diamonds), plotted against temperature. (d) Shape parameters plotted against relaxation time on a semilogarithmic scale.

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Scitation: Theory and simulation of the dynamic heat capacity of the east Ising model
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jcp/133/6/10.1063/1.3469767
10.1063/1.3469767
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