Determination of Critical Exponents in Nuclear Systems

Authors: W.F.J. Müller et al.
Published: Proceedings of the 1st Catania Relativistic Ion Studies: Critical Phenomena and Collective Observables, Acicastello, May 1996,
    edited by S. Costa et al. World Scientific, Singapore 1996, page 107.
Preprint: GSI-96-29, May 1996
Preprint: nucl-ex/9607002
Abstract: Signatures of critical behaviour in nuclear fragmentation are often based on arguments from percolation theory. We demonstrate with general thermodynamic considerations and studies of the Ising model that the reliance on percolation as a reference model bears the risk of missing parts of the essential physics.
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