Phase diagram of a three-dimensional dipolar model on an fcc lattice

  title={Phase diagram of a three-dimensional dipolar model on an fcc lattice},
  author={Vincent Russier and Juan J. Alonso and I Lisiecki and Anh-tu Ngo and Caroline Salzemann and Sawako Nakamae and Caroline Raepsaet},
  journal={Physical Review B},
The magnetic phase diagram at zero external field of an ensemble of dipoles with uniaxial anisotropy on an fcc lattice is investigated from tempered Monte Carlo simulations. The uniaxial anisotropy is characterized by a random distribution of easy axes and its magnitude ${\ensuremath{\lambda}}_{u}$ is the driving force of disorder and consequently frustration. The phase diagram, separating the paramagnetic, ferromagnetic, quasi-long-range ordered ferromagnetic, and spin-glass regions is thus… 
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