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I'm working on a program to solve 2D Ising model of magnetic materials, using a system with 10x10 spins for simplicity at a temperature of 1E-8 K. I'm using this parameters to get a faster result of m=1 and guarantee it is correct. but.......

For now i already pass 300 Monte Carlo's moves and it is in the same position of when it was in 50... is that normal ??? I've watch a vídeo on youtube where they took like a 10 million moves to compute a 200x200 system. I'm a bit scared with the time it will cost me.

Thanks.

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# A Convergence of lattice Ising model

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