Site-bond percolation in two-dimensional kagome lattices: Analytical approach and numerical simulations.

  title={Site-bond percolation in two-dimensional kagome lattices: Analytical approach and numerical simulations.},
  author={M I Gonz{\'a}lez-Flores and A. A. Torres and Wolfram Lebrecht and Antonio Jos{\'e} Ramirez-Pastor},
  journal={Physical review. E},
  volume={104 1-1},
The site-bond percolation problem in two-dimensional kagome lattices has been studied by means of theoretical modeling and numerical simulations. Motivated by considerations of cluster connectivity, two distinct schemes (denoted as S∩B and S∪B) have been considered. In S∩B (S∪B), two points are connected if a sequence of occupied sites and (or) bonds joins them. Analytical and simulation approaches, supplemented by analysis using finite-size scaling theory, were used to calculate the phase… 
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