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Tensor renormalization of three-dimensional Potts model

  title={Tensor renormalization of three-dimensional Potts model},
  author={Raghav Govind Jha},
We study the q-state Potts models on a cubic lattice in the thermodynamic limit using tensor renormalization group transformations with the triad approximation. By computing the thermodynamic potentials, we locate the first-order phase transitions for 10 < q ≤ 20 which has not been explored using any method. We also examine the efficiency of the triad approximation method in obtaining the fixed-point tensor and comment on how this can be improved. ar X iv :2 20 1. 01 78 9v 1 [ he pla t] 5 J an… 

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