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Fourier amplitude relevant to the β component of the organic metal θ-(ET)ZnBr(CHCl) at (a) 4.2 K (λ = 305 T) and (b) 2.0 K (λ = 194 T), normalized to the oscillation amplitude predicted by the Lifshitz–Kosevich formula as a function of the inverse field window Δx for flat, Hahn and Blackman windows, at  = 1/38 T and (c) for Blackman window at various values. Solid symbols are deduced from experimental data reported in Ref. [9]. Solid lines are obtained from numerical resolutions of Eq. (3).

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