The Crystal Statistics of the Diamond Lattice. [Offprint].
by SYKES, M. F.; John W. ESSAM.
[Amsterdam]:: Physica 29, 1963., 1963. Offprint. pp. 378-388. Original wrappers. Very good. Synopsis: "The crystal statistics of the Ising Model Diamond Lattice are investigated by series methods. Unlike most three-dimensional lattices this lattice has low temperature expansions that converge up to the Curie point and this enables the specific heat and spontaneous magnetization to be estimated within narrow limits. The Curie temperature is found to be kTc/qJ [minus] 0.6760 ± 0.0001, the critical energy Ec/kTc = 0.418 and the critical entropy Se/k = 0.511. The specific heat is found to have a logarithmic singularity as the Curie point is approached from below and the spontaneous magnetization vanishes as (Tc ? T)h where h = 0.312 ± 0.002 and it is conjectured that h is exactly 5/16. The attrition parameter for the excluded volume problem is found to be ? = 2.878 ± 0.002." / BIO: At this time (1963) Sykes & John W. Essam were part of the Wheatstone physics Laboratory, King's College, London. By 1970 Essam was located at the Applied Mathematics Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, Long Island, New York.
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