Spin-glass dynamics in the presence of a magnetic field: exploration of microscopic properties

@article{Paga2021SpinglassDI,
  title={Spin-glass dynamics in the presence of a magnetic field: exploration of microscopic properties},
  author={I. Paga and Qiang Zhai and Marco Baity-Jesi and Enrico Calore and Andr{\'e}s Cruz and Luis Antonio Fern{\'a}ndez and Jos{\'e} Miguel Gil-Narvi{\'o}n and Isidoro Gonz{\'a}lez-Adalid Pemart{\'i}n and Antonio Gordillo-Guerrero and David I{\~n}iguez and Andrea Maiorano and Enzo Marinari and Victor Martin-Mayor and Javier Moreno-Gordo and A. Mu{\~n}oz-Sudupe and Denis Navarro and Raymond L. Orbach and Giorgio Parisi and Sergio Perez-Gaviro and Federico Ricci-Tersenghi and Juan Jesus Ruiz-Lorenzo and Sebastiano Fabio Schifano and Deborah L. Schlagel and Beatriz Seoane and Alfonso Taranc{\'o}n and Raffaele Tripiccione and David Yllanes},
  journal={Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment},
  year={2021},
  volume={2021}
}
  • I. Paga, Q. Zhai, +24 authors D. Yllanes
  • Published 4 January 2021
  • Physics, Materials Science
  • Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment
The synergy between experiment, theory, and simulations enables a microscopic analysis of spin-glass dynamics in a magnetic field in the vicinity of and below the spin-glass transition temperature T g. The spin-glass correlation length, ξ(t, t w; T), is analysed both in experiments and in simulations in terms of the waiting time t w after the spin glass has been cooled down to a stabilised measuring temperature T < T g and of the time t after the magnetic field is changed. This correlation… 
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