Simultaneous analysis of three-dimensional percolation models

  title={Simultaneous analysis of three-dimensional percolation models},
  author={Xiao Xu and Junfeng Wang and Jian-Ping Lv and Youjin Deng},
  journal={Frontiers of Physics},
We simulate the bond and site percolation models on several three-dimensional lattices, including the diamond, body-centered cubic, and face-centered cubic lattices. As on the simple-cubic lattice [Phys. Rev. E, 2013, 87(5): 052107], it is observed that in comparison with dimensionless ratios based on cluster-size distribution, certain wrapping probabilities exhibit weaker finite-size corrections and are more sensitive to the deviation from percolation threshold pc, and thus provide a powerful… 

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