Devil's staircase continuum in the chiral clock spin glass with competing ferromagnetic-antiferromagnetic and left-right chiral interactions
The chiral clock spin-glass model with q = 5 states with both competing ferromagnetic-antiferromagnetic and left-right chiral frustrations is studied in d = 3 spatial dimensions by renormalization-group theory. The global phase diagram is calculated in temperature antiferromagnetic bond concentration p random chirality strength and right-chirality concentration c. The system has a ferromagnetic phase a multitude of different chiral phases a chiral spin-glass phase and a critical (algebraically) ordered phase. The ferromagnetic and chiral phases accumulate at the disordered phase boundary and form a spectrum of devil's staircases where different ordered phases characteristically intercede at all scales of phase-diagram space. Shallow and deep reentrances of the disordered phase bordered by fragments of regular and temperature-inverted devil's staircases are seen. The extremely rich phase diagrams are presented as continuously and qualitatively changing videos.