Static critical properties of the pure and diluted Heisenberg or Ising models
Real space renormalisation group scaling techniques are used to investigate the static critical behaviour of the pure and dilute, classical, anisotropic Heisenberg model. Transfer matrix methods are employed to obtain asymptotically exact expressions for the correlation lengths and susceptibilities of the one-dimensional system. The resulting scaling relationships are combined with an approximate bond moving scheme to treat pure and dilute models in higher dimensionalities. Detailed discussions are given for the dependence of correlation lengths and susceptibilities on temperature, anisotropy and concentration, and fcr the critical temperature on anisotropy and concentration. Particular emphasis is given to the weakly anisotropic system near percolation threshold and comparisons are made between the results of the present analysis and those of neutron-scattering experiments on dilute quasi-two- and three-dimensional systems.