# Category:Critical phenomena

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## Subcategories

This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.

## Pages in category "Critical phenomena"

The following 39 pages are in this category, out of 39 total.

- Critical phenomena
*(computing)*

### *

- Multicritical point
*(physics)*

### A

- Abelian sandpile model
*(computing)*

### C

- Conductivity near the percolation threshold
*(physics)* - Critical dimension
*(physics)* - Critical exponent
*(physics)* - Critical line (thermodynamics)
*(physics)* - Critical opalescence
*(physics)* - Critical point (thermodynamics)
*(physics)* - Critical radius
*(physics)* - Critical value
*(computing)* - Curie temperature
*(physics)*

### D

- Directed percolation
*(computing)*

### F

- Fermi point
*(physics)*

### J

- Johari-Goldstein relaxation
*(physics)*

### L

- Lambda transition
*(physics)* - Liquid-liquid critical point
*(physics)* - Liquid–liquid critical point
*(physics)* - Lower critical solution temperature
*(physics)*

### M

- The Mathematics of Chip-Firing
*(computing)*

### N

- Néel temperature
*(physics)*

### P

- Percolation critical exponents
*(computing)* - Percolation threshold
*(computing)* - Phase transition
*(physics)* - Phase Transitions and Critical Phenomena
*(physics)*

### R

- Rushbrooke inequality
*(physics)*

### S

- Scale invariance
*(computing)* - Scaling limit
*(physics)* - Self-organized criticality
*(physics)* - Self-organized criticality control
*(physics)* - Spinodal decomposition
*(physics)* - Supercritical liquid–gas boundaries
*(physics)* - Swendsen–Wang algorithm
*(computing)*

### T

- Tricritical point
*(physics)*

### U

- Universality (dynamical systems)
*(computing)* - Universality class
*(physics)* - Upper critical solution temperature
*(physics)*

### W

- Water retention on mathematical surfaces
*(computing)* - Widom scaling
*(physics)*