Dimensional Crossover in Quasi-One-Dimensional Spin-1 Heisenberg Antiferromagnets

  title={Dimensional Crossover in Quasi-One-Dimensional Spin-1 Heisenberg Antiferromagnets},
  author={Keola Wierschem and Pinaki Sengupta},
  journal={arXiv: Strongly Correlated Electrons},
We study the quenching of the Haldane gap in quasi-one-dimensional systems of weakly coupled spin-1 antiferromagnetic Heisenberg chains. The critical interchain coupling Jc required to stabilize long range magnetic order can be accurately determined from large scale quantum Monte Carlo calculations. Several different geometries of coupled chains are studied, illustrating the dependence of Jc on the coordination of chains. For bipartite geometries, ferromagnetically coupled chains yield similar… 
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