# Numerical results for the two-dimensional random-bond three-state Potts model.

@article{Picco1996NumericalRF, title={Numerical results for the two-dimensional random-bond three-state Potts model.}, author={Picco}, journal={Physical review. B, Condensed matter}, year={1996}, volume={54 21}, pages={ 14930-14933 } }

We present results of a numerical simulation of the 3-state Potts model with random bond, in two dimension. In particular, we measure the critical exponent associated to the magnetization and the specific heat. We also compare these exponents with recent analytical computations.

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