Spin-singlet to spin-polarized phase transition at ν = {2}/{3}: flux-trading in action

@article{Nayak1995SpinsingletTS,
  title={Spin-singlet to spin-polarized phase transition at $\nu$ = \{2\}/\{3\}: flux-trading in action},
  author={C. Nayak and Frank Wilczek},
  journal={Nuclear Physics},
  year={1995},
  volume={455},
  pages={493-504}
}
Abstract We analyze the phase transition between spin-singlet and spin-polarized states which occurs at ν = 2 3 . The basic strategy is to use adiabatic flux-trading arguments to relate this transition to the analogous transition at ν = 2. The transition is found to be similar to a transition in ferromagnets. In our analysis, we find two possible scenarios. In one, the transition is first-order, in agreement with experimental and numerical studies of the ν = 2 3 transition. In the other, we… 
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