Articles in peer-reviewed journals
|Scaling of the linear response in simple aging systems without disorder|
|Henkel M., Paessens M., Pleimling M.|
|Physical Review E69 (2004) 056109|
|DOI : 10.1103/PhysRevE.69.056109|
|ArXiv : cond-mat/0310761 [PDF]|
A study of time-dependent scaling of the thermoremanent and zero-field-cooled susceptibilities in ferromagnetic spin systems undergoing aging after a quench to a temperature at or below criticality, was presented. A ferromagnet with a critical temperature Tc>0, was studied. The results show that the scaling of the thermoremanent susceptibility may be affected by a relatively large finite-time correction term. The results reproduce the entirety of known results in aging ferromagnetic spin systems with dâo/oo¥2 but do not require to postulate an upper critical dimension d=3 in the Glauber-Ising model.