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    In order to see the detailed features of the scattering in this region, we have calculated the particle orbits in a fine division of b_i~. The results, which are illustrated in Figs. 3(a) and (b), show that in almost all of the region ⊿b~ continues smoothly with respect to bi but there remain the fine discontinuous bands near b_i~=1.92 and b_i~=2.38. Again we have tried to magnify the range of b_i~ between 1.915 and 1.925 and found that there are still finer discontinuities near b_i~=1.919(see Figs. 4(a) and (b)). よろしくお願いします。

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この領域内における散乱の詳細な特徴を調べる為に、我々はb_i~の細かな割り算を用いて粒子軌道を計算した。その結果は図3(a)と(b)に示されているが、ほとんどすべての領域で、⊿b~はbiに関してはスムーズに続くが、 b_i~が1.92 と b_i~が2.38の近くにある細かな不連続バンドはそのままである。再度我々は1.915と1.925の間の b_i~の幅拡大を試み、結果b_i~が1.919近辺で、まだ更に細かな不連続性があることを発見した。(図4(a)と(b)を参照のこと)

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