Physical Review B
Heisenberg, Pinwheel, Thermodynamics, Temperatures, Lanczo-based
Astrophysics and Astronomy | Physical Sciences and Mathematics | Physics
We study the Heisenberg model on the pinwheel distorted kagome lattice as observed in the material Rb2Cu3SnF12. Experimentally relevant thermodynamic properties at finite temperatures are computed utilizing numerical linked-cluster expansions. We also develop a Lanczos-based, zero-temperature, numerical linked-cluster expansion to study the approach of the pinwheel distorted lattice to the uniform kagome-lattice Heisenberg model. We find strong evidence for a phase transition before the uniform limit is reached, implying that the ground state of the kagome-lattice Heisenberg model is likely not pinwheel dimerized and is stable to finite pinwheel-dimerizing perturbations.
Ehsan Khatami, Rajiv Singh, and Marcos Rigol. "Thermodynamics and phase transitions for the Heisenberg model on the pinwheel distorted kagome lattice" Physical Review B (2011). https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevB.84.224411