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Transverse Ising Chain 21 from the first order perturbation theory. Near the critical point, however, all higher order contributions to the mass gap are expected to become relevant. 2]' using Raleigh-Schrodinger perturbation theory, estimated the higher order corrections in>' to the mass gap ~(>') and found that all the higher order contributions vanish identically in 1+1 dimension. In higher dimensions, of course, all the benificial properties of the perturbation scheme are lost, the perturbation series does not truncate in the first order.

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Xt 2. Transverse Ising Chain 29 11" m = Go = (OIS: 10) = Z 7r dq 0 W;1 + -11" dq W;1 7r cos q, which gives an elliptic integral of the first kind, and is nonanalytic at 1. 3). 38) 0 -- ----. ~- >. 5 r/2J Fig. 3]. (SZ) with r /2J. Dashed The correlation functions given in App. 3 depend only on Gr. , G r is nonanalytic for>' = 1 and so are the correlation functions. The critical case>' = 1 can be studied more easily because of the simple form of G r (see App. 3). f. 2 r - 2 .... (r-l). C; and C: behave in the analogous way and all the correlations at >.

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