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Summary: For K2 among the terminal fields to be 1, i.e. for the fields to be immune to disturbance,
it is necessary and sufficient either that K2=1 in the original fields or, if K2≠1, that Φ(K1 K2), for some value of K1 other than K1=0 should have, at K2=1, a pole of order ≥1. The most interesting corollary is that if any fields in Φ have K2=1, then these monopolise the terminal fields.
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