Exact surface energy of the $D^{(1)}_2$ spin chain with generic non-diagonal boundary reflections

  title={Exact surface energy of the \$D^\{(1)\}\_2\$ spin chain with generic non-diagonal boundary reflections},
  author={Guang-Liang Li and Yi Qiao and Junpeng Cao and Wen-Li Yang and Kangjie Shi and Yupeng Wang},

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