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3 which is re-called for convenience. Let d m∗ (β, γ) = pγ (h, β) h=0+ > 0 . 1. There exists β and γ0 > 0 such that for all β ≥ β , γ ∈ (0, γ0 ), fγ is analytic at any m ∈ (−1, +1), except at ±m∗ (β, γ). fγ has no analytic continuation beyond −m∗ (β, γ) along the real path m < −m∗ (β, γ). fγ has no analytic continuation beyond m∗ (β, γ) along the real path m > m∗ (β, γ). 1 is obtained by working in the more appropriate grand canonical ensemble (in the lattice gas terminology), in which the constraint on the magnetization is controlled by a magnetic field.

To estimate [φΛ (Γ2 )n ] µ∗ one g g d estimates separately Ik,n (Γ2 ) and Ik,n (Γ2 ). 8), so that it is sufficient to get an upper bound for this integral. Let z ∈ U0 and Rez ≤ µ∗ Im(z); β . 25) one gets |ω(Γ2 )| ≤ exp − β Γ2 + β|Rez|C1 |Γ2 | + 3C0 δ|Γ2 | . 9)), Θi(Γ2 ) (Λ(Γ2 )) 2 2 ≤ eδ|Γ | ≤ eδC5 |Γ | . Θi(Γ2 ) (Λ) Set ζ := z − µ∗ . There exists a constant C6 so that |φΛ (Γ2 )| ≤ e−β Γ2 (1−C6 δ−|Reζ|C1 ρ−1 ) if Reζ ≤ µ∗ Im(ζ); β − µ∗ . This upper bound implies that g Ik,n (Γ2 ) ≤ k! −nβ e rk Γ2 (1−C6 δ−rC1 ρ−1 ) .

3 with R = θ∆−1 R2 (V (Γ2 )), or this is not true, but the other condition is valid, so that one chooses R = θ∆−1 R1 (V (Γ2 )). In both cases rk,n < R, which implies ∂Drk,n = ∂Drdk,n . 4. There exists a function D(k), limk→∞ D(k) = 0, such that for β sufficiently large and A sufficiently small the following holds. If k ˆ (Γ2 )R1 (V (Γ2 )) > k, is large enough and R1 (V (Γ2 )) ≥ R2 (V (Γ2 )) or θβV then (k) −[uΛ (Γ2 )] µ∗ ≥ 1 k (1 − D(k)) β∆V (Γ2 ) ck− φ∗Λ (Γ2 ) . 5 Proof. 4. II. The second case is when ˆ (Γ2 )R1 (V (Γ2 )) ≤ k ≤ θβV ˆ (Γ2 )R2 (V (Γ2 )) .