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Comment on “Synchronization of finite-size particles by a traveling wave in a cylindrical flow” [Phys. Fluids25, 092108 (2013)]
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7.One of the misconceptions in the paper is perhaps represented by the statement: On the other hand, it is straightforward to see that for particles not coupled to the flow .
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