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1 'to make them independent of size. Therefore, L2(n) terms are the equivalent of the Fourier coefficients An. In terms of their physical meaning, an indication of the relative strength of the L2(3) term can be obtained by dividing the value of L2(3) by the sum of L2(n). This value provides an indication of the angularity (triangularity) of the particle.

There is a relationship between the L3(m, n) terms and the radial skewness as shown in Eq 17. Therefore, if all of the

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