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Unique Phenomena in Transverse Ising Nanoislands

  • T. KaneyoshiEmail author
Original Paper

Abstract

The phase diagrams and magnetizations in four transverse Ising nanoislands with an antiferromagnetic configuration and a ferromagnetic spin configuration are examined by the use of the effective field theory with correlations. They exhibit the same behaviors for the magnetic properties. Some characteristic phenomena, such as the reentrant phenomena, are found in the magnetic properties. The phenomena come from the frustration induced by the finite size of the systems.

Keywords

Phase diagrams Magnetizations Reentrant phenomena Transverse Ising nanoislands 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Nagoya UniversityMidorikuJapan

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