Phase transition properties of Bell-Lavis model

@article{imnas2014PhaseTP,
  title={Phase transition properties of Bell-Lavis model},
  author={Mantas {\vS}imėnas and Andrius Ibenskas and Evaldas E. Tornau},
  journal={arXiv: Statistical Mechanics},
  year={2014}
}
Using Monte Carlo calculations we analyze the order and the universality class of phase transitions into a low density (honeycomb) phase of a triangular antiferromagnetic three-state Bell-Lavis model. The results are obtained in a whole interval of chemical potential $\mu$ corresponding to the honeycomb phase. Our results demonstrate that the phase transitions might be attributed to the three-state Potts universality class for all $\mu$ values except for the edges of the honeycomb phase… 
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