382 0 obj <> endobj 0000015506 00000 n In studying the dynamics of large N_c, SU(N_c) gauge theory at finite temperature with fundamental quark flavours in the quenched approximation, we observe a first order phase transition. 0000041695 00000 n Depending on the rates of the dynamical processes the wetting transition is either of first or second order. 0000051654 00000 n 0000054309 00000 n 0000041673 00000 n 0000056257 00000 n 0000041629 00000 n <]>> For m L 2 ≠ 0 new minima appear close to the origin . In that case, we had to look fairly closely to see the discontinuity: it … 0000013355 00000 n 0000011046 00000 n 0000041759 00000 n 0000007525 00000 n 0000054624 00000 n 0000015961 00000 n 382 90 Nonequilibrium wetting transitions with short range forces. 0000010842 00000 n 0000054071 00000 n 0000041780 00000 n 0000039417 00000 n 0000008035 00000 n 0000018818 00000 n @article{Hinrichsen2000FirstorderPT, title={First-order phase transition in a (1+1)-dimensional nonequilibrium wetting process}, author={Hinrichsen and Livi and Mukamel and Politi}, journal={Physical review. 0 Some computational techniques 4. 0000009447 00000 n For m L 2 = 0 there is a first order transition to the antiferromagnetic phase . 0000013138 00000 n 0000009058 00000 n 0000008582 00000 n You are currently offline. 0000040485 00000 n 0000028919 00000 n 0000017838 00000 n Vtrs 0 P 2 T V T P G 0000052515 00000 n 0000046661 00000 n More recently there is increasing evidence that in many systems which are close to a quantum critical point (QCP) different phases are in competition. Finally, we discuss the universal behavior of systems with a weak first-order zero temperature transition in particular as the transition point is approached from finite temperatures. These could allow for the generation of the matter-antimatter asymmetry or potentially observable gravitational waves. A quark condensate forms at finite quark mass, and the value 0000007802 00000 n 0000013573 00000 n 4). Quantum phase transitions have been the subject of intense investigations in the last two decades. 0000056308 00000 n Order parameter for this phase transition is the density. 4.3. Dynamics of first-order phase transitions 5.1. As m p 2 further decreases there is a first-order transition between the SMAF and LMAF phases (see Fig. Metastable states near first-order phase transitions stability 5. 0000015655 00000 n 0000011651 00000 n 5. 0000018281 00000 n Copyright © 2020 Elsevier B.V. or its licensors or contributors. 0000051887 00000 n 0000002983 00000 n An unexpected result is the appearance of an inhomogeneous phase with two values of the order parameter separated by a first-order transition. Download : Download full-size image; Fig. 0000054919 00000 n 0000018656 00000 n Dynamic wetting with two competing adsorbates. Semantic Scholar is a free, AI-powered research tool for scientific literature, based at the Allen Institute for AI. 0000011502 00000 n 0000003612 00000 n The phase transition we just described involves a change of colour of parts of the figure, and colour is a scalar variable, so we expect we will need scalar modes. 0000041607 00000 n 0000002918 00000 n Directed percolation with long-range interactions: Modeling nonequilibrium wetting. Water is well known, so data can be found easily online. startxref Copyright © 2006 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved. x�b``�e`�(d`g`X��A��b,S�j��gePx,��H:s��3ׄ�X���7&j_�b p��q�p��� ��$4*k�覥�T�'&���V�gd�7�՗��4�Ɨ4g�$�F�DHJT�G���UFe��qq�p ���. These effects are described theoretically using an action that takes into account the competition between different order parameters. 0000046897 00000 n 0000007255 00000 n In this paper we show that the main effect of this competition is to give rise to inhomogeneous behavior associated with quantum first-order transitions. ‘Essential’ singularity at a first-order phase transition 4.4. 3. 0000010153 00000 n 0000009859 00000 n Influence of diffusion on models for nonequilibrium wetting. I chose density, latent heat and specific heat. 0000015022 00000 n Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmmm.2006.10.765. 0000054288 00000 n Among other problems, these phase transitions are relevant in the study of heavy fermion systems, high-temperature superconductors and Bose–Einstein condensates. 0000011800 00000 n xref 0000010622 00000 n 0000007291 00000 n 0000000016 00000 n 4. trailer The method of the effective potential is used to calculate the quantum corrections to the classical functional. 0000015812 00000 n 0000041716 00000 n 0000003188 00000 n 0000003312 00000 n In the following, the formulas used: !! First-order and second-order phase transitions (II) G Ttrs ΔGtrs 0 Second-order phase transition T V Ttrs T S Ttrs T H Cp-S T G P V P G T -continuous (S and V do not jump at transition) Ttrs T Ttrs T Strs 0 Htrs 0 P P dT dH C e.g. A model for nonequilibrium wetting in 1+1 dimensions is introduced. 0000021680 00000 n 0000003214 00000 n By continuing you agree to the use of cookies. 0000011082 00000 n It is found that the wet (unbound) and the nonwet (pinned) states coexist and are both thermodynamically stable in a domain of the dynamical parameters that define the model. ! 471 0 obj<>stream %%EOF Nonequilibrium wetting transition in a nonthermal 2D Ising model, Generic Two-Phase Coexistence and Nonequilibrium Criticality in a Lattice Version of Schlögl’s Second Model for Autocatalysis, The diffusive pair contact process and non-equilibrium wetting, Generic two-phase coexistence, relaxation kinetics, and interface propagation in the quadratic contact process: Simulation studies, Physical review. 0000020752 00000 n Some features of the site may not work correctly. It comprises adsorption and desorption processes with a dynamics that generically does not obey detailed balance. %PDF-1.3 %���� 0000041651 00000 n Decay of … 0000024387 00000 n 0000052831 00000 n 0000046875 00000 n On the significance of the ‘spinodal curve’ and related limits of meta- 3. 0000052809 00000 n