Percolation of polyatomic species on a square lattice

  title={Percolation of polyatomic species on a square lattice},
  author={Val{\'e}ria Cornette and Antonio Jos{\'e} Ramirez-Pastor and F D Nieto},
  journal={The European Physical Journal B - Condensed Matter and Complex Systems},
Abstract.In this paper, the percolation of (a) linear segments of size k and(b) k-mers of different structures and forms deposited on a square lattice have been studied. In the latter case, site and bond percolation have been examined. The analysis of results obtained by using finite size scaling theory is performed in order to test the universality of the problem by determining the numerical values of the critical exponents of the phase transition occurring in the system. It is also determined… 

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