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The pair of “wing” critical lines (more generally surfaces) that branch off from the fully symmetric thermodynamic manifold are always described simply by classical exponents whereas in realistic n < ∞ systems, Ising-type behavior is realized. The explanation [25] again relates to the breaking of the (n = ∞)-fold symmetry by the fields H and H3 — more explicitly in a manner that cannot be repaired merely by a shift in the spin fields. 10. Further Lessons from the Spherical Model The spherical model, because it can be analyzed exactly, has had many applications beyond those mentioned so far.

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