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    Thibo Van Doninck

    For the case of l/d=0.60 we see that the scaling on the y-axis changes significantly compared to the other two. When we compare the other cases we see as discussed in the lecture that the quadrupole contribution becomes smaller. Also one could notice that the energy of the system will be closer to the monopole term when l/d becomes smaller, as one could expect.

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