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GRIGOLINI AND F. MARCHESONI 50 where D is given by (up to the 7: order) + Do + D 1 9 + DIDo+ D : 9 + D29' + D 2 D 0 9 + D29Do+ D o g 3+ D:Do + D,Di +0( D =9 715). 34) The minimum perturbation order of each term of Eq. 34) can be evaluated by summing indices and exponents factor by factor. By substituting the exwe finally get the perturbation expansion of Eq. 24) at any required order in T~ and in T ~ In . Sections IV and V, we shall do this explicitly for some examples of interest. IV. MORE ON THE ILLUSTRATIVE EXAMPLE OF SECTION II We are now in a position to answer the question left unsolved in Section 11.
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