Title 



Temperaturetime duality exemplified by Ising magnets and quantumchemical many electron theory
 
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Abstract 



In this work, we first present a detailed analysis of temperaturetime duality in the 3D Ising model, by inspecting the resemblance between the density operator in quantum statistical mechanics and the evolution operator in quantum field theory, with the mapping β = (k B T)−1 → it. We point out that in systems like the 3D Ising model, for the nontrivial topological contributions, the time necessary for the time averaging must be infinite, being comparable with or even much larger than the time of measurement of the physical quantity of interest. The time averaging is equivalent to the temperature averaging. The phase transitions in the parametric plane (β, it) are discussed, and a singularity (a secondorder phase transition) is found to occur at the critical time t c , corresponding to the critical point β c (i.e, T c ). It is necessary to use the 4fold integral form for the partition function for the 3D Ising model. The time is needed to construct the (3 + 1)D framework for the quaternionic sequence of Jordan algebras, in order to employ the Jordanvon NeumannWigner procedure. We then turn to discuss quite briefly temperaturetime duality in quantumchemical manyelectron theory. We find that one can use the known onedimensional differential equation for the Slater sum S(x, β) to write a corresponding form for the diagonal element of the Feynman propagator, again with the mapping β → it.   
Language 



English
 
Source (journal) 



Journal of mathematical chemistry.  Basel  
Publication 



Basel : 2011
 
ISSN 



02599791
 
Volume/pages 



49:7(2011), p. 12831290
 
ISI 



000292816000007
 
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