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4. 9 K. The curves are hand drawing through the data points. 2A. indicates twice the energy of a single roton determined by neutron scattering. lent enough to determine both the roton energy and the binding energy multaneously without recourse to the data of neutron scattering. si- As shown in Fig. 4, we observed that the shift of the two-roton peak from 2A. changes from negative to positive as pressure increases. It is interesting to test whether all these spectra are consistently fitted by the HZ theory.

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