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Statistical mechanics of coupled supercooled liquids in finite dimensions.

@article{Guiselin2021StatisticalMO,
  title={Statistical mechanics of coupled supercooled liquids in finite dimensions.},
  author={Benjamin Guiselin and Ludovic Berthier and Gilles Tarjus},
  journal={arXiv: Statistical Mechanics},
  year={2021}
}
We study the statistical mechanics of supercooled liquids when the system evolves at a temperature $T$ with a linear coupling of amplitude $\epsilon$ to its overlap with a reference configuration of the same liquid sampled at a temperature $T_0$. We use mean-field theory to fully characterize the influence of the reference temperature $T_0$, and we mainly study the case of a fixed, low-$T_0$ value in computer simulations. We numerically investigate the extended phase diagram in the $(\epsilon,T… 

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