Using figPac figures in TeX documents
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Using figPac figures in TeX documents

figPac figures may be inserted in TeX documents. Follow these steps. Here is a sample TeX file containing two figures, named "anomalous" and "Si2A". For this example, it is assumed that the files, anomalous.lbl, and Si2A.lbl are contained in the subdirectory fig of the directory that contains the TeX file.
\input figMac

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One such diagram that they considered explicitly was


They concluded that such diagrams vanish if one holds the
spatial volume fixed and finite and takes ....

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We first review their argument, using $\Omega_{2A}$ as an 
illustration. Denote by $\Sigma_{2A}(k)$ the unrenormalized value of  
\figplace{Si2A}{0 in}{-0.05 in}.
 We are assuming that the interaction $\left<k_1,k_2|{\rm V}|k_3,k_4\right>$ 
is given by a two--body potential $u(k_1-k_3)$ so that $\Sigma_{2A}$ 
is independent of $k_0$. 
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