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Figure 6
c(r) for several values of the ratio [H_{\rm p} / \Delta M] at (a) [\mu_0 H_{\rm i} = 0.1] T and (b) [\mu_0 H_{\rm i} = 2.0] T [[{\bf k}_0 \perp {\bf H}_0]; S(q) = 1]. [H_{\rm p} / \Delta M] values: 0.004, 0.4, 0.8, 4; the arrows specify the direction of increasing [H_{\rm p} / \Delta M]; for larger values of [H_{\rm p} / \Delta M], c(r) remains effectively unchanged. Dotted horizontal lines in (a) and (b): c(r) = exp(-1).

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