Entropy, specific heat, susceptibility, and Rushbrooke inequality in percolation.

@article{Hassan2017EntropySH,
  title={Entropy, specific heat, susceptibility, and Rushbrooke inequality in percolation.},
  author={M. Kamrul Hassan and D Alam and Zahidul Islam Jitu and M. M. Rahman},
  journal={Physical review. E},
  year={2017},
  volume={96 5-1},
  pages={
          050101
        }
}
We investigate percolation, a probabilistic model for continuous phase transition, on square and weighted planar stochastic lattices. In its thermal counterpart, entropy is minimally low where order parameter (OP) is maximally high and vice versa. In addition, specific heat, OP, and susceptibility exhibit power law when approaching the critical point and the corresponding critical exponents α,β,γ respectably obey the Rushbrooke inequality (RI) α+2β+γ≥2. Their analogs in percolation, however… 
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