On the criticality of frustrated spin systems with noncollinear order

@article{Holovatch2004OnTC,
  title={On the criticality of frustrated spin systems with noncollinear order},
  author={Yurij Holovatch and Dmytro Ivaneyko and Bertrand Delamotte},
  journal={Journal of Physics A},
  year={2004},
  volume={37},
  pages={3569-3575}
}
We analyse the universal features of the critical behaviour of frustrated spin systems with noncollinear order. By means of the field theoretical renormalization group approach, we study the 3D model of a frustrated magnet and obtain pseudo-e expansions for its universal order parameter marginal dimensions. These dimensions govern accessibility of the renormalization group transformation fixed points, and, hence, define the scenario of the phase transition. 

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