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Название: The Role of Dimensionality in the Kinetic Ising Model of Spinodal Decomposition: Evidence from Zero-Temperature Quenches
Авторы: Dale A.F., Vails O.T.
Journal of Statistical Physics, Vol. 49, Nos. 3/4, 1987. p. 661-667.
We study a three-dimensional Ising lattice gas model with spin-exchange dynamics quenched from infinite to zero temperature. We consider a wide range of values of the binary composition (i.e., magnetization) and annealed vacancy concentration. We find that, as in two dimensions, the system freezes in a configuration very far from equilibrium, and that the interface energy per bond in the frozen state, which is very large, in all cases takes very nearly the same values as in two dimensions. We discuss the implications of these results regarding the irrelevance of dimensionality in this problem.