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The dark and bright solitons in different systems are already known. If the intrinsic field is only considered, then the modal dynamics for small oscillations could be characterized by the bound state in a limited range of frequency, revealed via associated Legendre polynomial. The pairing and interplay between the dark and bright solitons occur. The disappearance of the bound state after a critical frequency gives rise to dark solitons in the unbound states that propagate through the domains. Above the upper boundary of the bound states, the estimated frequencies of dark solitons match with those experimentally found for ‘acoustical memory’.


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