Ising models of quantum frustration

@article{Moessner2001IsingMO,
  title={Ising models of quantum frustration},
  author={Roderich Moessner and S. L. Sondhi},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2001},
  volume={63},
  pages={224401}
}
We report on a systematic study of two-dimensional, periodic, frustrated Ising models with quantum dynamics introduced via a transverse magnetic field. The systems studied are the triangular and kagome{prime} lattice antiferromagnets, fully frustrated models on the square and hexagonal (honeycomb) lattices, a planar analog of the pyrochlore antiferromagnet, a pentagonal lattice antiferromagnet, as well as two quasi-one-dimensional lattices that have considerable pedagogical value. All of these… Expand
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