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Novel Dynamical Phenomena In Magnetic Systems

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Novel Dynamical Phenomena In Magnetic Systems
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Publisher: arXiv
ISBN/ASIN: 3659357170
Number of pages: 128

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Dynamics of Ising models is a much studied phenomenon and has emerged as a rich field of present-day research. An important dynamical feature commonly studied is the quenching phenomenon below the critical temperature ...

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