The critical behavior of the two-dimensional N-vector cubic model is studied within the field-theoretical renormalization-group (RG) approach. The beta functions and critical exponents are calculated in the five-loop approximation, RG series obtained are resummed using Pade-Borel-Leroy and conformal mapping techniques. It is found that for N = 2 the continuous line of fixed points is well reproduced by the resummed RG series and an account for the five-loop terms makes the lines of zeros of both 0 functions closer to each other. For N >= 3 the five-loop contributions are shown to shift the cubic fixed point, given by the four-loop approximation, towards the Ising fixed point. This confirms the idea that the existence of the cubic fixed point in two dimensions under N > 2 is an artifact of the perturbative analysis. In the case N = 0 the results obtained are compatible with the conclusion that the impure critical behavior is controlled by the Ising fixed point.
|Titolo:||Critical thermodynamics of two-dimensional N-vector cubic model in the five-loop approximation|
|Autori:||Calabrese P; Orlov EV; Pakhnin DV; Sokolov AI|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2005|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Journal article|