Theoretical and Mathematical Physics

, Volume 95, Issue 1, pp 429–431 | Cite as

“Domain walls” in the isotropic Heisenberg model

  • R. F. Bikbaev


Analogs of “domain walls” in the integrable model of an isotropic one-dimensional ferromagnet are described.


Domain Wall Integrable Model Heisenberg Model Isotropic Heisenberg Model 
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