The integrated response function in phase-ordering systems with scalar, vector, conserved, and nonconserved order parameter is studied at various space dimensionalities. Assuming scaling of the aging contribution chi(ag)(t,t(w))=t(w)(chi)(-a)chi(t/t(w)) we obtain, by numerical simulations and analytical arguments, the phenomenological formula describing the dimensionality dependence of a(chi) in all cases considered. The primary result is that a(chi) vanishes continuously as d approaches the lower critical dimensionality d(L). This implies that (i) the existence of a nontrivial fluctuation dissipation relation and (ii) the failure of the connection between statics and dynamics are generic features of phase ordering at d(L).

Generic features of the fluctuation dissipation relation in coarsening systems

CORBERI, Federico;ZANNETTI, Marco
2004

Abstract

The integrated response function in phase-ordering systems with scalar, vector, conserved, and nonconserved order parameter is studied at various space dimensionalities. Assuming scaling of the aging contribution chi(ag)(t,t(w))=t(w)(chi)(-a)chi(t/t(w)) we obtain, by numerical simulations and analytical arguments, the phenomenological formula describing the dimensionality dependence of a(chi) in all cases considered. The primary result is that a(chi) vanishes continuously as d approaches the lower critical dimensionality d(L). This implies that (i) the existence of a nontrivial fluctuation dissipation relation and (ii) the failure of the connection between statics and dynamics are generic features of phase ordering at d(L).
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