Mean Field Models

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Interactions in real matters are complicated and hard to solve exactly since this problem involves many-body interactions. A number of physics-chemical systems which undergo phase transitions have long-range orders. One example is ferromagnetism. Magnetic moments of individual paritcles in a ferromagnet align themselves under a certain critical temperature even without external magnetic field.