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| 本帖最后由 asksky 于 2014-8-26 20:59 编辑 |
The ground state of Ising model on the triangular lattice without magnetic field is highly degenerate and has no long-range order. Could we call it spin liquid?
If it is so, is it different from the spin liquid in the Kagome Heisenberg model?
Ref:R. Moessner and S. L. Sondhi Ising models of quantum frustration PHYSICAL REVIEW B, VOLUME 63, 224401