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Physical Review E
Experimental results for covalent glasses have highlighted the existence of a new self-organized phase due to the tendency of glass networks to minimize internal stress. Recently, we have shown that an equilibrated self-organized two-dimensional lattice-based model also possesses an intermediate phase in which a percolating rigid cluster exists with a probability between zero and one, depending on the average coordination of the network. In this paper, we study the properties of thisdoi:10.1103/physreve.75.056108 pmid:17677134 fatcat:c5kdze7q4na4lebx7iu5bwtttq