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Bera, A, Mishra, U, Roy, SS, Biswas, A, Sen, A and Sen, U (2018). Benford analysis of quantum critical phenomena: First digit provides high finite-size scaling exponent while first two and further are not much better. Physics Letters A 382(25), pp. 1639Ė1644 .

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