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  • using printed or electronic copies of the article for scientific or educational purposes, including distribution of the article to students and colleagues in order to promote scientific investigations, for information purposes (however, systematic distribution of the article for commercial purposes is not permitted);
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  • replication of the article for their own research purposes unrelated to commercial gain.

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