# 2D Ising Model Temperature

#### tisseq

Homework Statement
Make a chart based on magnetization and temperature for 2d ising model
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Hi, Ive been given a homework to do based on 2D Ising model.
Ive already read plenty of articles bout 2d ising model but i'm not fairly certain about some things.
I gotta do a chart similiar to the one I attached. Correct me if im wrong, but on the Y axis, I have to put average of magnetization of the part where "demon" energy is already stabilized and on the X axis put the "temperature"?
Moreover, to get a chart like this, do I have to put temperature, or temperature divided by critical temperature on X axis? Also, how am I supposed to count the "temperature" having energy, demon energy and magnetization?
If I didn't explain my problems completely, feel free to ask me more.
Thanks in advance for any support

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#### Lord Jestocost

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The „temperature“ on the x-axis has generally to be read as $T/T_0$, where $T$ is the absolute temperature and $T_0$ is defined as: $T_0=J/k$. Here, $J$ is the the exchange energy in the 2D Ising model and $k$ the Boltzmann constant.

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#### tisseq

The „temperature“ on the x-axis has generally to be read as $T/T_0$, where $T$ is the absolute temperature and $T_0$ is defined as: $T_0=J/k$. Here, $J$ is the the exchange energy in the 2D Ising model and $k$ the Boltzmann constant.
Thanks dude, really appreciate it.