# On the Nonextensivity of the Long Range X-Y Model

@article{Toral2004OnTN, title={On the Nonextensivity of the Long Range X-Y Model}, author={Ra{\'u}l Toral}, journal={Journal of Statistical Physics}, year={2004}, volume={114}, pages={1393-1398} }

It will be given analytical and numerical evidence supporting that the X-Y model yields an extensive, i.e., proportional to the number of degrees of freedom N, internal energy U for any value of the interaction range.

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