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white line has a slope −5/3).

if the formula in forms of Equation (2) is directly used, it

yields a flux

which is too high to be-

lieve.

4. Acknowledgements

We thank the support from the Shandong Province Nat-

ural Science Fund, P. R. China (No . ZR2012 DM004) .

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