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Illustration of the different tube geometries that we have tested, depicting the magnetic and nonmagnetic regions. The white arrows represent what we call antiparallel segments.
The magnetic field along the tube’s axis obtained from Eq. (2) for one or two segments while keeping the length fixed.
Evolution of as a function of the number of mcs for several tube geometries (one, two, or three segments), different magnetic configurations (parallel or antiparallel alignment) and several temperatures . represents the tips of the tube.
Evolution of as a function of the number of mcs for particles with diameter (top) and (bottom).
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