We study the crossover behaviors that can be observed in the high-temperature phase of three-dimensional dilute spin systems, using a field-theoretical approach. In particular, for randomly dilute Ising systems we consider the Gaussian-to-random and the pure-Ising-to-random crossover, determining the corresponding crossover functions for the magnetic susceptibility and the correlation length. Moreover, for the physically interesting cases of dilute Ising, XY, and Heisenberg systems, we estimate several universal ratios of scaling-correction amplitudes entering the high-temperature Wegner expansion of the magnetic susceptibility, of the correlation length, and of the zero-momentum quartic couplings.

Crossover behavior in three-dimensional dilute spin systems

CALABRESE, PASQUALE;VICARI, ETTORE
2004-01-01

Abstract

We study the crossover behaviors that can be observed in the high-temperature phase of three-dimensional dilute spin systems, using a field-theoretical approach. In particular, for randomly dilute Ising systems we consider the Gaussian-to-random and the pure-Ising-to-random crossover, determining the corresponding crossover functions for the magnetic susceptibility and the correlation length. Moreover, for the physically interesting cases of dilute Ising, XY, and Heisenberg systems, we estimate several universal ratios of scaling-correction amplitudes entering the high-temperature Wegner expansion of the magnetic susceptibility, of the correlation length, and of the zero-momentum quartic couplings.
2004
Calabrese, Pasquale; Parruccini, P; Pelissetto, A; Vicari, Ettore
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