Publication : t95/111

Self-avoiding polymerized membranes

David F. (CEA, DSM, SPhT (Service de Physique Théorique), F-91191 Gif-sur-Yvette, FRANCE)
Recent progresses in the understanding of the scaling behavior of self-avoiding flexible polymerized membranes (tethered manifolds) are reviewed (joint works with B. Duplantier and E. Guitter, and with K. Wiese). They rely on a new general renormalization group approach for a class of models with non-local singular interactions. This approach allows to prove the existence of a $\epsilon$-expansion for the scaling exponents, and validates the one loop results obtained by direct renormalization methods. Applications of the method to polymerized membranes at the tricritical $\Theta$-point are presented.
Année de publication : 1996
Chapitre de livre : Proceedings of the 19th IUPAP International Conference on Statistical Physics (STATPHYS19)
Maison d'édition : World Scientific
Conférence - Communication invitée : 19th IUPAP International Conference on Statistical Physics (STATPHYS19) ; Xiamen, China ; 1995-07-31 / 1995-08-04
Preprint : arXiv:cond-mat/9509096v1
Langue : Anglais
Editeurs : Hao B.-l.

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