# Phase transition of capacity for the uniform $G_{\delta}$-sets and another counterexample to Nevanlinna's conjecture

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We consider a family of dense $G_{\delta}$ subsets of $[0,1]$, defined as intersections of unions of small uniformly distributed intervals, and study their capacity. Changing the speed at which the lengths of generating intervals decrease, we observe a sharp phase transition from full to zero capacity. Such a $G_{\delta}$ set can be considered as a toy model for the set of exceptional energies in the parametric version of the Furstenberg theorem on random matrix products.

The same mass re-distribution construction that we use to obtain a full capacity statement, allows us to construct another counter-example to a conjecture by Nevanlinna.