Pauling Entropy, Metastability, and Equilibrium in Dy_{2}Ti_{2}O_{7} Spin Ice.

@article{Giblin2018PaulingEM,
  title={Pauling Entropy, Metastability, and Equilibrium in Dy\_\{2\}Ti\_\{2\}O\_\{7\} Spin Ice.},
  author={Sean R. Giblin and Mikael Twengstr{\"o}m and Laura Bovo and M. Ruminy and Marek Bartkowiak and Pascal Manuel and Juan Carlos Andresen and Dharmalingam Prabhakaran and Geetha Balakrishnan and Ekaterina Pomjakushina and Carley Paulsen and Elsa Lhotel and L. Keller and Matthias D. Frontzek and Sylvia C. Capelli and Oksana Zaharko and Paul A. McClarty and Steven T Bramwell and Patrik Henelius and Tom Fennell},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2018},
  volume={121 6},
  pages={
          067202
        }
}
Determining the fate of the Pauling entropy in the classical spin ice material Dy_{2}Ti_{2}O_{7} with respect to the third law of thermodynamics has become an important test case for understanding the existence and stability of ice-rule states in general. The standard model of spin ice-the dipolar spin ice model-predicts an ordering transition at T≈0.15  K, but recent experiments by Pomaranski et al. suggest an entropy recovery over long timescales at temperatures as high as 0.5 K, much too… 

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