High-dimensional percolation criticality and hints of mean-field-like caging of the random Lorentz gas.

@article{Charbonneau2021HighdimensionalPC,
  title={High-dimensional percolation criticality and hints of mean-field-like caging of the random Lorentz gas.},
  author={Benoit Charbonneau and Patrick Charbonneau and Yi Hu and Zhen Yang},
  journal={Physical review. E},
  year={2021},
  volume={104 2-1},
  pages={
          024137
        }
}
The random Lorentz gas (RLG) is a minimal model for transport in disordered media. Despite the broad relevance of the model, theoretical grasp over its properties remains weak. For instance, the scaling with dimension d of its localization transition at the void percolation threshold is not well controlled analytically nor computationally. A recent study [Biroli et al., Phys. Rev. E 103, L030104 (2021)2470-004510.1103/PhysRevE.103.L030104] of the caging behavior of the RLG motivated by the mean… 

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