# A note on the percolation probabilities of pairs of closely similar lattices

@article{Sykes1974ANO, title={A note on the percolation probabilities of pairs of closely similar lattices}, author={M. F. Sykes and John J. Rehr and M Glen}, journal={Mathematical Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society}, year={1974}, volume={76}, pages={389 - 392} }

Abstract The percolation probabilities of the face-centred cubic and close-packed hexagonal lattices are found not to be identical; the identity of their critical percolation probabilities remains an open question. Other pairs of closely similar lattices are discussed.

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- Mathematical Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society
- 1977

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