Random site percolation on honeycomb lattices with complex neighborhoods.

@article{Malarz2022RandomSP,
  title={Random site percolation on honeycomb lattices with complex neighborhoods.},
  author={Krzysztof Malarz},
  journal={Chaos},
  year={2022},
  volume={32 8},
  pages={
          083123
        }
}
We present a rough estimation-up to four significant digits, based on the scaling hypothesis and the probability of belonging to the largest cluster vs the occupation probability-of the critical occupation probabilities for the random site percolation problem on a honeycomb lattice with complex neighborhoods containing sites up to the fifth coordination zone. There are 31 such neighborhoods with a radius ranging from one to three and containing 3-24 sites. For two-dimensional regular lattices… 

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