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Quantum cluster kink and ring frustration

@inproceedings{Zheng2021QuantumCK,
  title={Quantum cluster kink and ring frustration},
  author={Zhen-Yu Zheng and Han-Chuan Kou and Peng Li},
  year={2021}
}
In this paper, we work on the pure and mixed cluster models with periodic boundary condition. The first purpose is to establish the concept of quantum cluster kink. Simple pictures are easily constructed in the pure cluster model. We clarify that there are two types of cluster kinks since there are two types of ground states depending on the cluster length, of which the first type exhibits symmetry breaking order and the second one exhibits string order. Based on the pictures, cluster kink… Expand

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