Jamming and percolation for deposition of k^{2}-mers on square lattices: A Monte Carlo simulation study.

  title={Jamming and percolation for deposition of k^\{2\}-mers on square lattices: A Monte Carlo simulation study.},
  author={Antonio Jos{\'e} Ramirez-Pastor and P. M. Centres and Eugenio E. Vogel and J. F. Vald{\'e}s},
  journal={Physical review. E},
  volume={99 4-1},
Percolation and jamming of k×k square tiles (k^{2}-mers) deposited on square lattices have been studied by numerical simulations complemented with finite-size scaling theory and exact enumeration of configurations for small systems. The k^{2}-mers were irreversibly deposited into square lattices of sizes L×L with L/k ranging between 128 and 448 (64 and 224) for jamming (percolation) calculations. Jamming coverage θ_{j,k} was determined for a wide range of k values (2≤k≤100 with many… 
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