Site percolation on lattices with low average coordination numbers

@article{Yoo2014SitePO,
  title={Site percolation on lattices with low average coordination numbers},
  author={Ted Yoo and Jonathan Tran and Shane Stahlheber and Carina E. Kaainoa and Kevin Djepang and Alex Small},
  journal={Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment},
  year={2014},
  volume={2014}
}
We present a study of site and bond percolation on periodic lattices with (on average) fewer than three nearest neighbors per site. We have studied this issue in two contexts: by simulating oxides with a mixture of 2-coordinated and higher-coordinated sites and by mapping site-bond percolation results onto a site model with mixed coordination number. Our results show that a conjectured power-law relationship between coordination number and site percolation threshold holds approximately if the… 

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