# Crossover scaling: A renormalization group approach

@article{OConnor1994CrossoverSA, title={Crossover scaling: A renormalization group approach}, author={Denjoe O’Connor and Christopher R. Stephens}, journal={Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series A: Mathematical and Physical Sciences}, year={1994}, volume={444}, pages={287 - 296} }

We derive a theory of crossover scaling based on a scaling variable gξg, where g is the anisotropy parameter inducing the crossover and ξg is the correlation length in the presence of g. Our considerations are field theoretic and based on a renormalization group with a g dependent differential generator that interpolates between qualitatively different degrees of freedom. ξg is a nonlinear scaling field for this renormalization group and interpolates between (T – Tc(g))–v0 and (T – Tc(g))–v…

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