Ensemble Theory for Stealthy Hyperuniform Disordered Ground States

@article{Torquato2015EnsembleTF,
  title={Ensemble Theory for Stealthy Hyperuniform Disordered Ground States},
  author={Salvatore Torquato and G. Zhang and Frank H. Stillinger},
  journal={arXiv: Statistical Mechanics},
  year={2015}
}
It has been shown numerically that systems of particles interacting with "stealthy" bounded, long-ranged pair potentials (similar to Friedel oscillations) have classical ground states that are, counterintuitively, disordered, hyperuniform and highly degenerate. Disordered hyperuniform systems have been receiving recent attention because they are distinguishable exotic states of matter poised between a crystal and liquid with novel properties. The task of formulating an ensemble theory that… Expand
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