Color-dependent interactions in the three coloring model

@article{Verpoort2018ColordependentII,
  title={Color-dependent interactions in the three coloring model},
  author={Philipp C. Verpoort and Jacob J. H. Simmons and Claudio Castelnovo},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2018}
}
Since it was first discussed by Baxter in 1970, the three coloring model has been studied in several contexts, from frustrated magnetism to superconducting devices and glassiness. In presence of interactions, when the model is no longer exactly soluble, it was already observed that the phase diagram is highly non-trivial. Here we discuss the generic case of `color-dependent' nearest-neighbor interactions between the vertex chiralities. We uncover different critical regimes merging into one… 

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