Journal of Statistical Physics

, Volume 29, Issue 2, pp 231–245 | Cite as

Order and disorder lines in systems with competing interactions: I. Quantum spins atT=0

  • P. Ruján
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Abstract

In the parameter space of systems with competing interactions there are specific trajectories called order (disorder) lines. Along these trajectories the competition between the different interactions effectively reduces the dimensionality of the system and the model can be exactly solved. It is shown that the order (disorder) trajectories end up at a multicritical point. The method of Peschel and Emery is used to determine the (anisotropic) critical behavior of the spin-spin correlation functions near the multicritical point. The quantum spin systems discussed here include theXYZ chain in a field, the straggeredXYZ chain in a field, and a Hamiltonian version of a three-dimensional Ising model with biaxial competing interactions.

Key words

Quantum spin systems order disorder kinetic Ising model duality transformation Hamiltonian limit 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • P. Ruján
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  1. 1.Department of PhysicsNortheastern UniversityBoston

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