Calculation of Percolation Thresholds in High Dimensions for FCC, BCC and Diamond Lattices

@article{Marck1998CalculationOP,
  title={Calculation of Percolation Thresholds in High Dimensions for FCC, BCC and Diamond Lattices},
  author={Steven van der Marck},
  journal={International Journal of Modern Physics C},
  year={1998},
  volume={09},
  pages={529-540}
}
  • S. V. D. Marck
  • Published 18 February 1998
  • Materials Science
  • International Journal of Modern Physics C
Site and bond percolation thresholds are calculated for the face centered cubic, body centered cubic and diamond lattices in four, five and six dimensions. The results are used to study the behavior of percolation thresholds as a functions of dimension. It is shown that the predictions from a recently proposed invariant for percolation thresholds are not satisfactory for these lattices. 

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