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Abstract arXiv:1802.00181v1 [cond-mat.stat-mech] 1 Feb 2018

The ground state, zero-temperature magnetization process, critical behaviour and isothermal entropy change of the mixed-spin Ising model on a decorated triangular lattice in a magnetic field are exactly studied after performing the generalized decoration-iteration mapping transformation.

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